Do ‘green’ buildings have better indoor environments? New evidence

  title={Do ‘green’ buildings have better indoor environments? New evidence},
  author={G. Newsham and B. Birt and C. Arsenault and Alexandra J. L. Thompson and J. Veitch and S. Mancini and A. Galasiu and B. Gover and I. Macdonald and G. Burns},
  journal={Building Research & Information},
  pages={415 - 434}
  • G. Newsham, B. Birt, +7 authors G. Burns
  • Published 2013
  • Engineering
  • Building Research & Information
  • A post-occupancy evaluation (POE) of 12 green and 12 conventional office buildings across Canada and the northern United States was conducted. Occupants (N = 2545) completed an online questionnaire related to environmental satisfaction, job satisfaction and organizational commitment, health and well-being, environmental attitudes, and commuting. In each building on-site physical measurements at a sample of workstations (N= 974) were taken, including: thermal conditions, air quality, acoustics… CONTINUE READING
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