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AIA Announces Winners of 2015 AIA COTE Top Ten for Students
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AIA Announces Winners of 2015 AIA COTE Top Ten for Students

The AIA's Committee on the Environment honors the best green student projects in... Read more

The Best States for Bicyclists: 2015 Report Cards
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The Best States for Bicyclists: 2015 Report Cards

The League of American Bicyclists' annual list ranks every state in the U.S. based... Read more

Survey Reveals Attitudes and Perceptions About Yards and Landscapes Among U.S. Adults
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Survey Reveals Attitudes and Perceptions About Yards and...

A survey conducted on behalf on the National Association of Landscape... Read more

America’s Sneeziest and Wheeziest Cities: Climate Change Impacts on Respiratory Health
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America’s Sneeziest and Wheeziest Cities: Climate Change...

Sneezing and Wheezing: How Climate Change Could Increase Ragweed Allergies, Air... Read more

Five Homes Sustainably Built Inside Ruins
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Five Homes Sustainably Built Inside Ruins

These seven modern, green homes juxtapose old with new by being hidden behind... Read more

The Greenest City in the World by 2020
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The Greenest City in the World by 2020

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada wants to become the world’s greenest city by... Read more

Top 25 Cities for Commercial Energy Star Building Certifications
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Top 25 Cities for Commercial Energy Star Building Certifications

After five consecutive years at the top of the list, Los Angeles is unseated by... Read more

New Multifamily Financing from Fannie Mae Targets Efficiency
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New Multifamily Financing from Fannie Mae Targets Efficiency

A newly introduced Green Rewards program from Fannie Mae makes investing in energy... Read more

Skanska Guides Heavy Construction to Go Green
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Skanska Guides Heavy Construction to Go Green

Skanska USA takes civil construction head-on, employing innovative methods of... Read more

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