People who inhale carbon dioxide panic.
The Center for the Built Environment (CBE) recently completed a survey of 34,169 occupants of 215 buildings (90% in the US, 10% in Canada and Finland) that indicated that many individuals working in office buildings are unhappy with the thermal comfort or the air quality in these buildings.
For most children, directed learning occurs in a specific place they inhabit every school day—their school building. Two research studies add to our understanding of how these physical places can affect children’s learning-related behaviors and performance
Research continues to explore the link between the air we breathe at work and human health and productivity. Several studies find building-related factors to be related to air quality, while equipment, such as new computers, can also pose air-quality problems. How people feel about their work environment also affects their satisfaction with the perceived quality of ventilation.
The popular press is devoting a lot of attention to the possible dangers of mold, which is keeping the issue top-of-mind with individuals and firms.