Building processes of new generations demonstrate that 'green is the new black'

The industrial revolution is perhaps the single greatest event to have shaped modern society: it democratized access to products like automobiles, fashion, and later, electronics. In many senses, we can attribute many of the conveniences we enjoy today to its impact on manufacturing.

Along the way, unrestrained and rapid industrialization has also contributed to water pollution, global warming, and mass extinctions.

Today, with the rise of more conscientious consumers, cities formerly black with industrial smoke are turning toward green alternatives with the help of more transparent business practices. As the millennial generation grows up in an era when resources are strained and the detrimental effects of industrial waste are increasingly visible, environmentally responsible practices will become more and more prevalent.

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