A new version of Autocase for Buildings is in beta testing and over the next few posts we’ll share some of the features you can expect to see come October. We take water for granted and we over-use it and under-price it. It is more valuable than the money we pay to use it. Consider a data center that uses […]

We recently wrote about the growing number of climate attribution studies. This summer devastating wildfires are in the news in North America, heat waves are wildfires are also occurring in Europe. In a BBC news report of another climate attribution paper extreme heat waves are now being related to climate change: “The researchers found that in the weather stations in the Netherlands, […]

A new version of Autocase for Buildings is in beta testing and over the next few posts we’ll share some of the features you can expect to see come October. We have grown a lot of plants in our office this year. Blessed with large windows facing south and west we have grown flowers and vegetables from seed. The first […]

A new version of Autocase for Buildings is in beta testing and over the next few posts we’ll share some of the features you can expect to see come October. Midsummer in most offices is a battle over control of the thermostat. Shawls and sweaters are draped over shivering shoulders while others with shorts and T-shirts swelter and gasp. There […]

The City of Phoenix Green Infrastructure Cost-Benefit Study is now available online. You can access the report here. Given the importance of heat stress in Phoenix, instead of using historical temperatures Autocase incorporated future climate change in to its analysis. “More than 155 people died from heat-related causes in the Phoenix area last year, a new record in a place where the […]

For the first time in 30 years at the end of June, AIA’s annual Conference on Architecture was held in New York City. A team from Autocase was there learning about the sustainability and resiliency needs for architects and their clients. In between all the networking and educational sessions, we were joined by leaders from HOK, Foster + Partners, New York […]

We have an opening for a Bookkeeper / Administrative Assistant in our Toronto office. Impact Infrastructure was founded in April 2012 and has offices in New York, Toronto and San Francisco. The company’s primary goal is to create a standardized suite of business case analysis software to promote the development of more sustainable and resilient communities. The team of professionals […]

We have an opening for an economist in our Toronto office. Impact Infrastructure was founded in April 2012 and has offices in New York, Toronto and San Francisco. The company’s primary goal is to create a standardized suite of business case analysis software to promote the development of more sustainable and resilient communities. The team of professionals at Impact Infrastructure […]

On June 1st 2017, the news was that “383 US Climate Mayors commit to adopt, honor and uphold Paris Climate Agreement goals”. These mayors represent 68 million Americans. Here is but one example. The Pima County Board of Supervisors adopted resolutions “which state that County government will align its operational efforts to meet the United States’ commitment to the Paris Agreement on […]