Q&A: For Life-Sci Landlords, Being — and Saving — Green May Start With Renovating, Not Building | GenomeWeb

At the GeneAcres 17 conference held in South San Francisco, Calif., this week, a panel of professionals agreed that life-sciences building owners — be they users or owner-managers — can save money in the long term and promote environmentally friendlier "sustainable" development by renovating existing buildings rather than building new ones.

That is especially true, they agreed, when facilities are renovated to the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standards developed by the US Green Building Council.

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