I bet there are a lot of possible answers for this question. The first thing that comes to mind is more of a social solution than an environmental one, but these buildings could always be used as homeless shelters, halfway houses or rehabilitation centers. They could be used as resource centers for environmental education. They could be converted into multiunit homes with communal energy spaces, such as kitchens and bathrooms. They could be turned into schools, or office buildings instead of building new, rectangular style offices. Lots and lots of options! Basically, using abandoned buildings of any variety instead of building new ones is an environmentally friendly alternative.
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