“One Man’s Struggle to Bridge the Landlord-Tenant Energy Divide”

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 “One lesson is that real estate, and the relationship between landlords and tenants, really matters. He has high hopes for “green leases,” a type of contract that would allow both to benefit from energy efficiency. The renter would save money on utility bills, and the landlord’s building would have more value as real estate.” One of the most common questions we get at Green Plus is from businesses that rent their property about how to make their place of business more energy efficient. The illustrates the special challenges and necessities of getting landlords and tenants on the same page in pursuing energy efficiency. From the New York Times; for the full article, click here

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Chris has spent over 20 years helping communities utilize sustainability, social entrepreneurship, and philanthropy as catalysts for economic growth. Chris serves as Executive Director of the Institute for Sustainable Development and the Green Plus™ -- a program dedicated to helping America's...
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