Cities - 06/July/2016

A big green house

Development of sustainable buildings is moving fast, pushing them to being energy producers rather than energy consumers. One example is UN City in Denmark

Development of sustainable buildings is moving fast, pushing them to being energy producers rather than energy consumers. An early and futuristic example is the United Nations regional headquarters in Copenhagen, UN City, with its vast solar panel-covered roof, 
seawater cooling system and rain-water-flushed sanitation ...

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