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  • Solar Decathlon Countdown: Introducing Team Las Vegas

    Leading up to the 2013 U.S. Solar Decathlon in Irvine, Calif., we are keeping tabs on the progress of several teams. In this installment, meet Team Las Vegas.

  • VIDEO: Doug Bennett of Southern Nevada Water Authority

    Katie Weeks, editor-in-chief of ECOHOME and ECO-STRUCTURE magazines talks with Doug Bennett about the Southern Nevada Water Authority's conservation efforts.

  • Remaking the Modern Design Mold

    The floor plan focuses on seamless indoor/outdoor connections, striking sightlines, and creating a sense of calm.

  • Water Resource Depletion Will Become Limiting Factor for Growth

    We’d better manage the water we have if we want to accommodate future growth and prevent price increases.

  • Southern Nevada Combats Water Waste

    The Water Smart Home program certifies both new homes and neighborhoods.

  • Common Codes Gradually Become Greener

    Thomas Kenney provides an insider's perspective on codes and standards, and the obstacles and opportunities we face on the road toward a carbon neutral building industry.

  • Across the Institute

    Las Vegas, Biskra, Algeria, St. Louis, Portsmouth, N.H. and Philadelphia.

  • Case Study: Water-Smart Homes, Las Vegas

    As part of an EPA study, Pulte Homes integrates water-efficient features into its Las Vegas production housing.

  • European Trends Heat Up American Kitchens

    Painted and exotic-wood cabinets, appliances boasting wireless connectivity, and hands-free faucets are some of the hot trends from overseas, says The Home Depot’s trend and design expert.

  • February 2011 e-Newsletter Editor's Note

    As I sat down to write this month’s Editor’s Note, I couldn’t help but feel a bit of green guilt as within hours, I would be on a plane, increasing my carbon footprint en route to what many would probably guess to be one of the most unsustainable places in the country: Las Vegas. Everything may be...