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EMission Zero Featured in the San Diego Business Journal

Source: San Diego Business Journal

9-20-2021 | News

Firm Takes on Global Warming

All new Miller Hull Partnership projects aim to be carbon neutral.

he architectural firm of the Miller Hull Partnership based in Seattle with offices in San Diego said that all its projects from now on will aim at being carbon neutral, with a National City mixed-use project among the first.

Working with developers, the firm will use materials that reduce the carbon footprint in buildings it designs coupled with a plan to buy carbon credits to make up for what can’t be eliminated through the use of energy efficient designs and materials.Calling its initiative EMission Zero, Miller Hull said that more needs to be done, faster to avoid the worst effects of climate change.“Of course, we must do everything possible to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the built environment through design, education and advocacy but that is not enough,” said Ron Rochon, managing partner of Miller Hull. “We have to own our part of the problem.”

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