In Western culture, civilization and the rule of law began once the concept of property began. With the right to property, social classes were drawn: and aristocracy and the middle class were born.
Since, we have developed property into homes of concrete, and steel, —materials that are not very friendly to our environment. According to the European Commission, the building sector produces approximately one-third of all waste, which ends up in landfields. As an industry, it contributes 11% to greenhouse gas emissions. Moreover, constructions can be disruptive to an ecosystem through drilling, soil movement, and building that can disrupt the property’s wildlife and plant life. Today, our high demand for urbanization is not sustainable as it substantially compromises the environment.
It is an unavoidable fact that people will continue to build their dream houses, keep on developing resorts, and skyscrapers for the sake of modernity; this is why innovators have come up with sustainable best practices that can make the construction industry live more in harmony with our natural environment.