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    Energy & Carbon chairs Edward Mazria and Francesca Desmarais examine what the building sector needs to do to expand sustainable design and reduce carbon levels to 350 ppm by 2030.

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    Sustainable Communities chair Leinberger details why demand mitigation through developing walkable, transit-oriented, urban communities is effective in combating climate change.

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    Regenerative Design chair Bob Berkebile looks at how new directions in design are taking their cues from the past and leading us toward nurturing buildings, homes, and communities connected with nature.

  • 2012 Evergreen Award Winning Firm: Paladino & Co.

    Along with Gensler, this firm is the other half of the design team behind the new Tower at PNC Plaza in Pittsburgh, Pa., scheduled to be completed in 2015. In this Q&A, they discuss the project and their philosophy.

  • The 2012 Evergreen Awards: The Tower at PNC Plaza

    PNC's ambitious new headquarters under construction in Pittsburgh wins the 2012 Evergreen Awards On the Boards category.

  • 2012 Evergreen Award Winning Firm: G•O Logic

    The a Q&A with the firm behind the dormitory at Unity College in Unity, Maine, winner of the 2012 Evergreen Award in the Residential category.

  • The 2012 Evergreen Awards: TerraHaus at Unity College

    A student residence designed to European Passive House standards wins the Evergreen Awards residential category for 2012.

  • 2012 Evergreen Award Winning Firm: Rice Fergus Miller

    This Bremerton, Wash., firm won the Evergreen Award in the Commercial Interiors category for the old Sears Automotive Center that they transformed into their new offices.