Architects affect the environment the same way that everyone else does: by doing something! Leaving a “carbon footprint” can be done by riding an airplane or buying a cup of coffee, and it certainly can be done by erecting or renovating a building.
Unless proper measures are taken, the amount of energy used in the construction of a building is not considered to be proportionate to the size of the project, which is to say most buildings are produced inefficiently. The primary cause of this is waste: A majority of the material brought to a construction site ends up as waste. Furthermore, transporting that material uses a tremendous amount of energy.
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