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By Deb Noller | Automated Buildings | March 2, 2020
Climate change is a global challenge, however, with an urgency not witnessed since the world wars. It will take a global effort to address and reverse the impact of this climate emergency. Because nearly 40% of total carbon emissions are produced by buildings, I’ve long held the belief that the greatest opportunity to fight climate change lies in real estate. Not coincidentally, real estate is also one of the last industries to go digital, meaning that the potential for building performance optimization using emerging smart building tech is huge.
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