Civil infrastructure can be considered a basic physical structure that supports our way of life and plays a significant role in social and economic outcomes of a region and/or country. Such infrastructure includes roads, railways, bridges, tunnels, ports, airports, distribution grids/networks (such as pipes, poles and wires used in water, sewage, electricity, communications etc), Read more...
Economic and industrial development has become the driving force of a country's growth since industrial revolution. Though the positive aspects of such development have far outweighed the negatives, some of the fallouts have inevitably been a cause for concern. Read more...
A penny saved is a penny earned. A study conducted by Energy Information Administration, (EIA), U.S department of energy indicates that there is a visible trend across the globe wherein the growth rate in total energy consumption has been greater than the population Read more...
Greenness is a way of life. Simple it may sound but the purview is quite broad, rather infinite. In the simplest of terms, anything you do which saves energy or adds to the welfare of the environment is termed as green. For instance, by discarding your leisurely drives Read more...
Green Building is described as a structure that ensures efficient use of materials, water, energy and other resources without depletion of nature and minimal generation of non-degradable waste. The term Green Building is often used in combination with 'high-performance Read more...