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    A study shows how new hospitals can reduce their energy use by 60 percent.

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    Discovery Green, a 12-acre park on a formerly forlorn parcel of land, cultivates new life in downtown Houston.

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    Leo A Daly shows that bureaucracy can be beautiful as well as sustainable in Orlando, Fla.

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  • California Dreamin' For LEED Platinum

    The organic treats on the menu aren't the only attraction at this sustainable seaside eatery.

  • Stepping Up Their Green Game

    Though somewhat late to the green building game, hotels have ramped up their efforts in the past few years.

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  • Creating An Olympic Hero

    Any 355,000-square-foot facility will have environmental impacts. The sheer size alone implies a drain on materials, natural resources, and local ecosystems. The Richmond Olympic Oval offers a new slant on large-scale design, however, as the speed skating venue for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in...