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  • Arcosanti is an Experiment in Urban Implosion

    Focusing on compact urban planning, Arcosanti is a living laboratory for an anti-sprawl city.

  • Arizona State University and University of Arizona Team Up for Bioscience Research

    Two rival Arizona universities work together to build the Biomedical Collaborative #1 in Phoenix, designed by SmithGroup.

  • Who is the Greenest of Them All?

    A look at how competition fosters innovation in the sustainable building realm.

  • The Green Phoenix Plan Aims to Make the Desert City the Greenest City in America

    Dr. Robert Melnick, executive dean of the Global Institute of Sustainability at Arizona State University, discusses the Green Phoenix plan.

  • Landfill Gas Provides Usable Energy

    Using a series of wells or blower, flare, or vacuum systems, landfill gas can be extracted and converted into usable energy

  • The 2009 Evergreen Awards recognize excellence in design and building performance

    This year's Evergreen Awards competition recognizes five winners in three categories of sustainable design and building performance

  • Steps to a Deep-Green Retrofit

    Greenbuild speakers offer recommendations for extreme energy reduction.

  • Energy-Efficient Remodeling Expected to Grow

    Echo boomers, focus on performance will drive interest in green retrofits, Baker tells Greenbuild attendees.

  • Custom Builder Squares Off with Production Builder Over Green Construction

    At the Greenbuild Conference last week, Tedd Benson chastised builders for not crafting high-quality homes.

  • Greenbuild Product Introductions

    New residential products, including high-efficiency toilets, phase-changing drywall, and low-flow showerheads.