June 2011
Lighting Design & Application;Jun2011, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p4
The article reflects on reducing carbon footprint by Macy's Inc. It is said that Macy's solar power system on the roof of a fulfillment center in Arizona drive the idea of Macy's as responsible for reducing its carbon footprint. It is also said that building profession has regressed from the process of energy efficiency.


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