Do buildings that are designed with nature in mind have advantages in the fight against coronavirus? Let us count the ways.
Two-hundred-thirty-nine scientists call on WHO and other bodies to recognize and mitigate COVID-19 airborne transmission. This could carry major implications for buildings.
Amazon did a rare deed for a corporate sponsor. It gave naming rights to a cause — Climate Pledge Arena — rather than brand. Shouldn’t that be celebrated?
Whether its known as electrolyzed water, ECA or hypochlorous acid, a non-toxic disinfectant is getting a boost during the COVID-19 pandemic
Tearing your hair out over conflicting advice on how to handle COVID-19 in the office? Here’s a road map to help you navigate the maze of advice.
Toxicologists and healthy building advocates are raising concerns about an overemphasis on disinfectants as a silver bullet in the fight against coronavirus in indoor spaces.
The push to reduce the embodied carbon from materials used in construction may finally be over-coming an enormous, longstanding hurdle.
Public health guidelines are downplaying the role that building systems should play in stemming the spread of COVID-19, many architects, engineers and scientists are warning.