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

  • [merz]project Creates an Ideal Work-Live Structure in Phoenix

    Designing with the desert heat in mind, [merrz]project provides a versatile structure that accomodates a variety of functions while keeping operating costs low.

  • Sustained Population Growth in West Depends on Quality Jobs

    Globalization will be one of the factors influencing Phoenix, Las Vegas, and Inland Empire, Urban Land Institute speakers say.

  • Arcosanti is an Experiment in Urban Implosion

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

  • Best-Laid Plans

    Scheduled for completion in 2011, NAU's Health and Learning Center is aiming for LEED Gold certification.

  • News Worthy

    The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication creates headlines of its own with a sustainable new structure.

  • 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.

  • Home Office

    Designing with the desert heat in mind, [merrz]project provides a versatile structure that accomodates a variety of functions while keeping operating costs low.