How building greener offices can boost staff productivity and cut costs

Michael Holder
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How building greener offices can boost staff productivity and cut costs

World Green Building Council highlights how greener office spaces can cut staff absenteeism, boost efficiency, and benefit the environment

The environmental case for embedding greener infrastructure and practices into our buildings is often trumpeted, as are some of the business savings inherent in more efficient use of lighting, heating,...

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