I think it’s a lot to do with, if you like, where the money is.
If you look at a typical corporate profile, maybe 90 per cent of a corporation’s recurrent costs are actually people driven, not infrastructure and energy.
So if you can make a 5 per cent saving in absenteeism and a 5 per cent increase in productivity, it’s a massive win. Whereas, a 5 per cent saving in energy efficiency, yeah, you know – whatever [laughs]. It doesn’t really impact on the bottom line that much.
At the same time, you’ve got the World Green Building Institute doing great things to give the whole movement a big boost. We’ve certainly got new clients because of it – people like to have new things to talk about, new things to think about.