8 November, 2017
C. Matisoff, Daniel, Douglas S. Noonan and Mallory E. Flowers. “Https://academic.oup.com/reep/article/10/2/329/1753179/Policy-Monitor-Green-Buildings-Economics-and.” Policy Monitor—Green Buildings: Economics and Policies. 10.1 (2016): 329–346.
This article is a discussion concerning the efforts of Daniel C. Matisoff Douglas S. Noonan and Mallory E. Flowers in presenting the fact that the green building policy affects the entire life of the building. They have described the economics of green buildings in the United States and analyzed the problems associated with green building. It is a scholarly article because it is a part of a journal. It will be at IIIB in my outline.
L. Olson, Stephen and Shana Kellum. “The Impact of Sustainable Buildings on Educational Achievements in K-12 Schools.” Emissions Services by Cleaner and Greener®. Leonardo Academy Inc., 2003. Web. <http://www.cleanerandgreener.org/download/sustainableschools.pdf>.
This article is a discussion concerning the efforts of the Stephen L. Olson and Shana Kellum in describing the efforts of school administrators who are willing to reduce the rising energy costs and raising the student achievement levels. The solution of these things is sustainability. Green buildings are different from conventional buildings provide optimally safe, healthy, comfortable, and productive learning environments for students and pleasant working environments for faculty and staff. It is not scholarly article. It will be at IA and IB in my outline.
O’Connor, Stephen, Christopher Meek, Alon Bassok and Cole Kopca. “The Value of Green Building.” Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies | University of Washington. Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies, 2015. Web. <http://realestate.washington.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/green-building-leed2.pdf>.
This article concerns a study performed by Stephen O’Connor, Christopher Meek, Alon Bassok and Cole Kopca in describing the challenges related to the built environment because of green buildings. They have described that the trend of green buildings and certification system is new for many people and people don’t know about extent of the opportunities and challenges. They have compared the green buildings with non-green buildings. It is not a scholarly article. It is a part of IIIB in my outline.
Owensby-Conte, Diana and Víctor Yepes. “http://www.sapub.org/global/showpaperpdf.aspx?doi=10.5923/j.ijcem.20120103.03.” Green Buildings: Analysis of State of Knowledge. 1.3 (2012): 27-32.
This article concerns a study performed by Diana Owensby-Conte and Víctor Yepes on increasing impact of construction on environment. They have mitigated on the need of Green building. They have looked into the work of several authors for describing the quantitative data. Key aspects and barriers of green buildings have been considered. Authors have worked to give basic understanding of promoting energy conservations and sustainability. It is a scholarly article because it has been included in a journal afterwards. It will be at IA and IIB in my outline.
Singh, Amanjeet, Matt Syal, Sue C. Grady and Sinem Korkmaz. “https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2920980/.” Effects of Green Buildings on Employee Health and Productivity.9.100 (2010): 1665–1668.
This article concerns a study performed by Amanjeet Singh, Matt Syal, Sue C. Grady and Sinem Korkmaz to investigate the results of improved indoor environmental quality on health and performance of residents of green office buildings as compared to the residents of conventional office buildings. They told that the improved indoor environmental quality reduced the absenteeism and working affected by diseases sand improved performance of workers. These indicate the positive impacts of the green buildings on public health. It can be found at IIIB in my outline.
T McKernan, Lauralynn, Donna S Heide, Andrea H Okun and Gary Scott Dotson. “Occupational safety and health, green chemistry, and sustainability: a review of areas of convergence | Environmental Health | Full Text.” Environmental Health | Home page. Occupational safety and health, green chemistry, and sustainability, 2013. Web. <http://ehjournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1476-069X-12-31>.
This article is a discussion concerning the efforts of T McKernan, Lauralynn, Donna S Heide, Andrea H Okun and Gary Scott Dotson in describing the awareness of people about health consequences of chemical production processes and exposures. They have emphasized on the sustainability as well as green chemistry principles. Previously occupational safety and health has not been included as a part of environmental sustainability. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health is also trying to identify the impacts of potential hazards linked with the green practices. It is a scholarly article because it is a part of a journal and various people have worked on it afterwards. It will be a part of IIB in my outline.
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