Denver’s ‘Populus’ Will Be The First Carbon-Positive Hotel In The U.S.

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As new homes and hotels go up every day across the U.S. in a sustained construction boom, despite rising materials costs and supply chain disruptions, another reality must also be considered: Buildings currently account for 45% of greenhouse emissions. While carbon-neutral construction has increased in recent years, it is not enough to slow climate change. Enter environmental real estate developer Urban Villages, whose Populus, the first carbon-positive hotel in the U.S., has just broken ground in Denver, Colorado.


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