Chicago Considers Long-Term Costs in Developing Greener Skyline
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s commitment to developing a greener skyline doesn't go far enough. Instead, one writer argues that it is "a great time for the economically and environmentally-conscious citizens of Chicago to call on government officials to incorporate life-cycle thinking into building design decisions."
The writer is Jeremy Gregory, executive director of the MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub which is co-funded by the RMC Research & Education Foundation and the Portland Cement Association. Read the article here as it appeared online in the October 4 edition of the Chicago Business Journal.