The Role of an Interior Designer and Meeting Your Company’s Environmental Goals

Edward Burtynsky, Log Booms #1, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, 2016.
  • Stratospheric ozone depletion
  • Loss of biosphere integrity
  • Chemical pollution and the release of novel entities
  • Climate change
  • Ocean acidification
  • Freshwater consumption and the global hydrological cycle
  • Land system change
  • Nitrogen and phosphorus flows to the biosphere and oceans
  • Atmospheric aerosol loading
Mountainscape with blue sky and white clouds in Death Valley, California.
Reaching 130.0 degrees Fahrenheit (54.4°C), Death Valley, California has set a world record for the hottest temperature in Earth’s history for two consecutive years. Photo by René Holst on Unsplash
Aerial view of construction site surrounded by skyscrapers.
Photo by Ivan Bandura on Unsplash
Edward Burtynsky, Carrara Marble Quarries, Cava di Canalgrande #1, Carrara, Italy, 2016.
  • Carbon footprint
  • Water consumption
  • Chemical pollution (both air and water)
  • Raw material resources
  • Waste
  • Ability to be reused or repurposed
  • Manufacturing locations

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