EcoHome and EcoStructure - The Most-Trusted Sources for Green Building Technology + Products
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ECOHOME magazine, a magazine of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), is published four times a year, and consistently delivers in-depth information on green products, construction best practices, and innovative high-performance homes to 85,278 unique individuals, including the 30,000 green-focused home-building professionals who receive the publication in print. Signature issues include the Hanley Award profile (Fall) and the Vision 2020 issue (Winter), both of which recognize outstanding thought leaders in green-building who are charting the pathway to progressive environmental goals.
ECOHOME’s award-winning coverage of certified green-building projects and products delivers the highest levels of clarity, accuracy, and credibility into eight key green-building subject areas:
- Energy Efficiency and Building Science
- Water Efficiency
- Materials and Products
- Indoor Environmental Quality
- Sustainable Communities
- Building Design and Performance
- Green Building Codes, Standards, and Rating Systems
- Green Building Economics and Financing
Within these focus areas, we ask the most important questions:
- What are my green product and technology options in this realm?
- How do I know if they’re really green?
- How do they perform?
- Where can I find them?
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ECOSTRUCTURE, a magazine of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), is published four times a year and is the leading source of information about green-building products and commercial projects for architects, contractors, designers, developers, facility managers, and other green-building professionals in the commercial realm. It's 28,000 green-focused subscribers use the magazine to examine the most-pressing developments in commercial projects, products, and technology. We aim to cut through the greenwashing to provide our readers with the trusted information and professional guidance necessary to move the green-building movement forward. Special issues include the AIA COTE Top Ten Green Projects issue.