Urbanization and deterioration of the environment have always been simultaneous processes. To accommodate more people, more and more forests and other forms of nature have been destroyed and the world is turning into one big concrete jungle. Earth has been heating up like an oven owing to the ever-growing global warming. The quick disposal of greenery is causing the depletion of the ozone layer that protects the earth from UV rays and overheating. The rise of industrialization has led to the rapid increase in pollution and depletion of natural resources. Since the second wave, a majority of the population has understood the importance of oxygen and has realized that getting oxygen isn’t that easy of a process.
Impact of Construction on The Environment
The tremendous rate of urbanization that led to massive real estate developments across the globe is imposing immense pressure on the environment and its natural resources. With such rapid development, there is a lot at stake when we look at important factors such as energy availability and environmental sustainability. The real estate sector is a significant contributor to global warming due to the extensive pollution emitted during the process of construction as well as the emission of greenhouse gases during the lifecycle of the resultant buildings. On an average, buildings consume about 20% of the total energy available in a country, and this trend is increasing with every passing day. The intention of curbing the environmental impact of real estate has led to the formulation of sustainable real estate solutions and concepts related to green homes.
Eco-friendly Measures Taken by Real Estate Companies
At its true essence, sustainable real estate is all about using resources sustainably and addressing the demands of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Green housing or sustainable spaces are an integrated and innovative approach towards minimizing the adverse effects of construction and its overall operation on the environment and promotes healthier living for people. It has been extensively documented that living in conventional buildings has been working against residents, both in terms of living standards and the excessive costs of energy consumption.
Sustainable homes limit the usage of scarce resources such as water, energy, and materials used during construction and occupation and utilize solutions like rainwater harvesting, vertical gardens, and installation of solar panels. The idea is to integrate all the features that make the most of natural resources such as light and water while reducing heat gain and improving the quality of indoor air. They are usually surrounded by nature that enriches the premises of the sustainable spaces.
Sustainable Development is the Need of the Hour
Green buildings and sustainable developments not only enhance the quality of life but also reduce the overall cost of living, as these buildings involve significantly lower consumption of energy, water, and other resources while protecting nature by reduced pollution and protecting the depletion of perishable resources. Sustainable developments are quite helpful in the ecological and the economic aspects. Here are its benefits:
- Reduces the wastage of natural resources by thorough utilization
- Improves the quality of air on the indoor as well as the outdoors
- Operational costs and maintenance are reduced
- Optimized use of energy and minimization of pollution
- Improves the value of your investment due to the rising demand for green housing options
- Improves the lifespan of the building structure and the inhabitant residents.
At 4 Taljai Hills, we offer a chance to protect nature and not compromising on your luxury. It is a culmination of top-class amenities and beautiful infrastructure that have been planned to ensure sustainability. Apart from being surrounded by nature’s beauty, our project has an excellent rainwater harvesting system, garbage disposal, and most of the electricity used is generated through advanced solar panels. Visit www.4taljaihills.in to know more about our project and get in touch with us!