Study I: View the Reports
The Impact of Green Buildings on Cognitive Function
Conducted in the fall of 2014 and published in October 2015, The Impact of Green Buildings on Cognitive Function study found participants’ cognitive function test scores doubled in indoor environments with improved indoor environmental quality.
Environmental Health Perspectives
Published Oct. 26, 2015
- Scientists Probe Indoor Work Spaces for Clues to Better Health, Wall Street Journal, Oct. 26, 2015
- Scientists Report a Surprising Link Between Indoor Carbon Dioxide Levels and Cognitive Function, Washington Post, Oct. 27, 2015
- Study Finds Work Environment Significantly Impacts Cognitive Behavior, Hartford Business Journal, Oct. 27, 2015
- The Air in There: Offices, and Issues, That Seem to Make Us Stupid, Bloomberg, Oct. 28, 2015
- Better Office Air Makes for Better Thinking, Living on Earth, Oct. 30, 2015
Economic, Environmental and Health Implications of Enhanced Ventilation in Office Buildings
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Published Nov. 18, 2015
Building upon The Impact of Green Buildings on Cognitive Function study, the research team quantifies the increased productivity from improved indoor air quality.