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People Who Work In Green Certified Buildings Are Happier & Healthier

Originally published on Green Building Elements. People who work in a building that is certified green by the US Green Building Council enjoy several advantages over those who work in high performance buildings that are not green certified. Researchers at Harvard’s School of Public Health and State University of New York’s Upstate Medical University studied 109 workers [&hellip People Who Work In Green Certified Buildings Are Happier & Healthier was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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