Green buildings

Cappin, Nicola
November 2008
EuroProperty;11/17/2008, p28
Trade Publication
The article reports on the stand of investors and real estate developers in green building in Europe. It cites that several real estate businesses were more concerned with staying float than being green. It adds that some investors and developers consider green building features as a way to add value and be competitive, however, others consider it as greenwashing, a practice used by companies to enhance their image.


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