A new study shows 90 percent of polled voters think it's important to include energy efficiency as part of the country's energy solutions.Read More
A new online tool gives manufacturer and third-party data to consumers and the trade for products in 17 categories from lighting to photovoltatics and to HVAC.Read More
From wood-wool cement wall tiles to ultra-clear fire-rated glass, these products give spaces a sustainable finish.Read More
Rick Berman is the figure behind LEED Exposed, a shadowy astroturfing website that seeks to tilt the debate about building performance and development.Read More
Learn how to avoid big mistakes when talking about the sustainable features of a home.Read More
Did you miss the AIA's recent chat on communication issues? We've got your recap on the industry's pressing communications issues, as well as a few suggestions for how to fix them.Read More
Stop avoiding the conversation: Policy makers need to hear from people who design buildings, says the Alliance to Save Energy's Maureen Guttman.
The State Senate passes its anti-LEED legislation and sends it to the House for further voting.Read More
Architecture and energy efficiency organizations weigh in on the latest version of the Shaheen-Portman bill, which could become the first piece of significant energy legislation passed by Congress in seven years.Read More
Unlike its predecessors, the forthcoming technology will self-power, rather than rely on wired connections or photovoltaics.Read More
Reclaimed wood tabletops, bio-based sheathing, and decorative acoustic panels are among the latest in sustainable materials.Read More
A proposal to trim down the U.S. tax code looks to eliminate building-related energy efficiency tax credits.Read More
The Shaheen-Portman Energy Efficiency Bill could bring about the most significant energy legislation in seven years, but would passing it cost the federal government its carbon neutrality requirements?Read More
The District of Columbia is the second jurisdiction in the U.S. to publicly release energy benchmarking data on the area's largest private buildings. What does it show?Read More
In the second half of a two-part Q&A, researcher, author, and educator Vivian Loftness asks: How many days a year can your building "surf" on the environment and going without mechanical heating or cooling?Read More
Few people walk around with a light meter—but everyone should. in the first of a two-part Q&A, researcher, author, and educator Vivian Loftness looks into why design and building pros need to be more attuned to the metrics of indoor environmental quality.Read More
Cool wood, smart insulation, and bio-based paint make up this list of eco-friendly building materials.Read More
When it comes to energy efficiency, technology helps, but it is not the only solution, says NREL's Paul Torcellini.Read More
The organization is seeking feedback from designers, engineers, and other stakeholders via an online survey.Read More
Using a per-capita analysis of LEED buildings per state, USGBC releases a top 10 list for 2013.Read More
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