Nov 22 2021
The importance of sustainability grows day by day as the conditions and lifestyles of societies evolve.
With this, the range of terms used in sustainable issues is becoming more robust thanks to the technologies, contributions and innovations that are created in this search for positive impacts for the world.
At Eosis we want to help you understand […]
Nov 11 2021
Currently the world is a spectator of natural disasters in greater quantity and with greater intensity; droughts, fires, floods, storms and earthquakes call for measures against climate change. The serious impacts of these phenomena threaten the health and quality of life of the planet’s inhabitants every day.
The month of November 2021 has been carried out […]
Sep 05 2021
Schools are either in session already or about to begin for the 2021–2022 school year. After almost two years learning from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, school staff have learned many lessons about adapting to meet their student’s needs. By sharing these lessons with one another, we can grow and succeed despite the setbacks. […]
Ago 02 2021
Despite climate change is more deadly than the COVID-19 pandemic, it has failed to elicit the same level of urgency among governments and civil society actors. However, it was suggested that climate change should receive the same kind of attention from decision-makers.
Effective coordination between government agencies, development organizations and civil society actors that emerged during […]
Jun 30 2021
Transportation Energy Intensity is described by Alex Wilson as the amount of energy used by people getting to work. In 2007 Alex Wilson wrote in BuildingGreen the findings of comparing it to the energy used by the building EUI (Energy Use Intensity) and found that the transportation energy use was greater than what the building […]
Jun 30 2021
The construction industry is one of the least digitalized industries in the world. Even when the complexity of the construction projects is high, the construction sector still uses traditional business methods.
Developers and engineers try to meet stringent environmental, health, and safety regulations as they design sustainable, larger, and more technologically advanced infrastructure.
To keep up with […]
Jun 10 2021
Transport emissions are a major source of greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution in cities. In New York, 23% of emissions are from transport; in Mexico City, the figure is 45%; and across C40 cities, transport accounts for an average of 30% of cities’ emissions.
Around the world, outdoor air pollution kills around 4.6 million people each […]
May 11 2021
Unquestionably, in the coming years, the survival of the human species on earth will be greatly influenced by the rational use of natural resources; which will require a change in mentality and strategies from the construction industry.
Therefore, sustainability is an expression of social responsibility that has to do with saving non-renewable natural resources, with respect […]
Abr 27 2021
Since 1751 the world has emitted over 1.5 trillion tonnes of CO2. To reach our climate goal of limiting average temperature rise to 2°C, the world needs to urgently reduce emissions. One common argument is that those countries which have added most to the CO2 in our atmosphere – contributing most to the problem today – should take on the greatest […]
Abr 05 2021
Globally, air pollution accounts for about 7 million premature deaths a year, according to the World Health Organization (WHO)—more than twice as many as alcohol consumption and more than five times as many as traffic accidents. (Some recent research puts pollution’s toll far higher than the WHO estimate.) A majority of those deaths are caused […]