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Welcome to the Autodesk Green Building Studio Discussion Group

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10-20-2008 11:28 AM
There is a huge opportunity for the AEC industry to make an impact on the environment in a positive way, by designing and delivering buildings that are more efficient - even carbon neutral. But first, architects and designers first need to understand what sustainability factors they can influence and how to optimize those factors.

The Autodesk® Green Building Studio® web service helps you to perform whole building energy, water and carbon-emission analysis, optimize efficiency, and achieve carbon neutrality earlier in the design process. This discussion groups provides a forum for your ideas, questions, and comments related to the Green Building Studio web service and to sustainable design in general. Our intent is that you will find information and conversation here that will help us all think sustainably, plan proactively and build better.

Carbon Neutrality is a reality! Check it out: http://www.autodesk.com/greenbuildingstudio-demonstration

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