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    The newly released LEED-ND will be used to score the location efficiency of HUD grant applications.

  • Listening to the Land: Site Design Merges with Building Design

    The fundamental principals of landscape architecture and site design are now resonating with developers, investors, and corporate users and in turn, also are influencing building design.

  • Listening to the Land: Site Design Merges with Building Design

    The fundamental principals of landscape architecture and site design are now resonating with developers, investors, and corporate users and in turn, also are influencing building design.

  • Partnership for Sustainable Communities Unveiled by EPA

    The Partnership for Sustainable Communities recently was unveiled by the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Department of Transportation.

  • The Week in Green

    A roundup of green building news for July 18-24, including HUD’s green mortgage programs and Los Angeles’ new water-saving ordinance.

  • SunValley Solar Inc. And Canadian Solar Team With GRID Alternatives to Provide Solar Energy to Low-Income Families Across the State of California

    GRID Alternatives, a non-profit organization bringing solar equipment, training and resources to low-income families, and SunValley Solar Inc., a leading provider of solar equipment, today announced a strategic partnership to provide renewable energy equipment and services to low-income homeowners...

  • Affordably Sustainable in Portland

    Helensview Heights is all about sustainability, but far more than just the stuff you can feel, touch, or tack onto a house.

  • Danville Housing Projects to Get Energy Upgrades

    May 29--Danville's four oldest public housing projects -- Cardinal Village, Cedar Terrace, Pleasant View and Ingram Heights -- are getting energy upgrades, thanks to federal program administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

  • Bush Signs Energy Bill

    President George W. Bush as signed an energy bill that will boost fuel-economy requirements for cars and light trucks to 35 miles per gallon (56 km per L) by 2020—the first such increase since 1975.

  • A Mixed-Use Townhouse Development Offers a Healthy Environment

    The city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada made the decision to create a green, pedestrian-friendly, transit-oriented urban community on the site of the old hospital.