Project Name: Los Cabos International Convention Center (ICC)
Owner: Los Cabos International Convention Center (ICC)
Location: Los Cabos, Mexico
Building Type: Commercial
Type: Living Wall
Size: 29063 sq.ft.
Access: Accessible, Open to Public
Submitted by: Bio-Microbics, Inc.
Designers/Manufacturers of Record:
Construction: ICA Construccion Urbana
Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Plant
Integrated Water Technologies: Hydrocalsan
Overview:Florida-based AECOM Technical Services implements an automated groundwater monitoring network with HydroVu™ to help the City of Miami Beach address sea level rise.
Challenge:Consulting firms conducting long-term groundwater monitoring can encounter costly inefficiencies and extended periods of liability. So, when AECOM contracted with the City of Miami Beach to help them better understand the city’s underground hydrology in the face of sea level rise caused by climate change, they looked...
Sustainability body IEMA and other members of the Broadway Initiative have launched a new blueprint for the UK government’s upcoming Environment Act.
Published yesterday, the blueprint provides a long-term framework for enhancing the environment while also meeting key social and economic objectives.
It is hoped this will shape a “world leading” Environment Act, while a two-page list of core asks from environmental groups, business sectors, academics and professional bodies was also published....
The Micro CHP Market is set to grow from its current market value of more than $2 billion to over $13 billion by 2024; as reported in the latest study by Global Market Insights, Inc.
Positive outlook toward changing climatic conditions, energy security along with government regulations to curb GHG emission will propel the micro combined heat and power market size. Growing deployment of sustainable energy technologies coupled with introduction of various mandates and norms toward green building codes will propel...
Despite the recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) shock warning about the urgent need to limit global warming, green energy policy was somewhat lacking in the Autumn 2018 budget.
The only environmental headline grabbers were the introduction of a new 'plastic tax' and a £60m tree planting fund. However, there were three key energy policy changes that businesses should know about:
1. Climate Change Levy (CCL) on gas to be increased
The Chancellor announced plans to narrow the gap between...