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Bellevue, Washington
Two years ago, GLY joined fellow sustainability leaders in supporting the evolution of Bellevue’s Environmental Stewardship Plan. Since the first workshop in September 2019, representatives from regional and local transportation…
Have you heard about Microsoft’s ‘machine in the woods’? Check out the recent article by Microsoft’s Vanessa Ho for the full scoop on this exciting addition to the Redmond Campus:…
The statistics surrounding climate change are overwhelming. Without mass buy-in and industry and government commitment to more sustainable practices, our climate’s temperature will continue to rise until it is at…
If there is one universal take-away from the historic events of 2020, it is the need to put words into ACTION. Many of us hold values that promote diversity, health,…
The spotlight on the building industry, known to produce significant waste, is hotter than ever as society increasingly insists that developers, designers, engineers, and contractors prioritize the health of our…
salmon safe feature
what’s with the salmon? The wild salmon is emblematic of the Pacific Northwest. From their prominent portrayal in Native American art to the iconic “Flying Fish” in the Pike Place…
sustainable advances feature
In 2017, we published a brief synopsis about the future of cross laminated timber [CLT]. In the three short years since, interest in sustainable construction continues to gather significant momentum…
Seattle Skyline
Another round of energy code updates looms large over the Puget Sound region, including the 2018 Seattle Energy Code [SEC], the 2018 WA State Energy Code [WSEC] for commercial buildings,…
Tree Reflections
GLY commentary | BlackRock FAQS: making sustainability our standard Attitudes toward climate risk and extreme weather events are rapidly changing. In January alone we witnessed the human and economic impacts…
Bellevue, Washington
Two years ago, GLY joined fellow sustainability leaders in supporting the evolution of Bellevue’s Environmental Stewardship Plan. Since the first workshop in September 2019, representatives from regional and local transportation…
Have you heard about Microsoft’s ‘machine in the woods’? Check out the recent article by Microsoft’s Vanessa Ho for the full scoop on this exciting addition to the Redmond Campus:…
The statistics surrounding climate change are overwhelming. Without mass buy-in and industry and government commitment to more sustainable practices, our climate’s temperature will continue to rise until it is at…
If there is one universal take-away from the historic events of 2020, it is the need to put words into ACTION. Many of us hold values that promote diversity, health,…
The spotlight on the building industry, known to produce significant waste, is hotter than ever as society increasingly insists that developers, designers, engineers, and contractors prioritize the health of our…
salmon safe feature
what’s with the salmon? The wild salmon is emblematic of the Pacific Northwest. From their prominent portrayal in Native American art to the iconic “Flying Fish” in the Pike Place…
sustainable advances feature
In 2017, we published a brief synopsis about the future of cross laminated timber [CLT]. In the three short years since, interest in sustainable construction continues to gather significant momentum…
Seattle Skyline
Another round of energy code updates looms large over the Puget Sound region, including the 2018 Seattle Energy Code [SEC], the 2018 WA State Energy Code [WSEC] for commercial buildings,…
Tree Reflections
GLY commentary | BlackRock FAQS: making sustainability our standard Attitudes toward climate risk and extreme weather events are rapidly changing. In January alone we witnessed the human and economic impacts…
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