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    Are the greenest buildings already built?

  • Lightness of Being

    Local needs bolster a national trend to redefine healthcare’s physical footprint.

  • Second Life: The 2010 Evergreen Awards Ecommercial Winner

    Lessons in reuse are brought to life in a 1920s warehouse that was transformed into an environmentally conscious school.

  • Affordable Boston Apartments Being Renovated to LEED-Gold Standard

    A 1960s affordable housing complex in downtown Boston is being renovated to the LEED New Construction-Gold standard, with super-insulated walls, air-sealing technology, and solar roof panels.

  • Major League Green

    Allen Hershkowitz, senior scientist at the Natural Resources Defense Council, talks about the greening of professional sports.

  • Grand Award: Truro Residence, Truro, Mass.

    Spatial separation and flexible mechanical zoning help balance seasonal occupancy swings in this custom home overlooking Cape Cod Bay.

  • Code Green

    Examining the prognosis of sustainability in healthcare through five projects.

  • A Breakthrough Study in Sustainability

    Genzyme Center's passive and sophisticated solutions remain a demonstration of green building practices.

  • Women and Infants Hospital

    Designed by Anshen + Allen's Boston office, the new five-story South Pavilion at the Women and Infants Hospital in Providence, R.I., has received LEED Gold certification.

  • Study Reveals New Cap & Trade Winners and Losers

    A report released today by Synapse Energy Economics, Inc. of Cambridge, MA, shows that the impact of new greenhouse gas cap-and-trade policies across the country will vary greatly depending upon how carbon allowances are allocated and the electricity market structure.