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  • Three Cradle to Cradle Wall Coverings

    These innovative wall coverings are LEED Material Ingredients Credit or LEED Disclosure Credit eligible, and have been catalogued in the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute's certified products registry.

  • New Guide to Combat Thermal Bridging

    A new report guides architects and engineers to stop thermal bridging, which reduces overall energy consumption in buildings.

  • Passive House Explained in 90 Seconds

    Air-tight, energy efficient and cost effective, passive houses are growing in popularity. Here is a video explaining the basics of passive house design and its benefits in 90 seconds.

  • Who Wants Green Features in an Apartment: Multifamily Generational Trends

    A recent survey conducted by J Turner Research for the 2014 MFE Concept Community reveals generational trends among apartment residents including value placed on green home features and which groups desire certain features most.

  • A Graphic Showing the World's Vanishing Wildlife

    The World Wildlife Fund's recently released "2014 Living Planet Report"  shows that between 1970 and 2010, the population of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish around the globe have dropped a shocking 52 percent.

  • The Top 10 Safest Towns In America

    A few week's ago, Movoto identified the happiest smalls towns in America, largely based off scenery, average income, and affordability. This week, they've compiled the top 10 small towns in the U.S. with populations between 5,000 and 25,000 people, ranked according to data from the 2012 FBI Uniform...

  • Time Lapse: North America's Largest Green Wall

    A 10,150 square-foot double-sided green wall comprising of 50,000 individual plants has been completed in Surrey, British Columbia.

  • A Time-Lapse Video of North America's Largest Green Wall

    A 10,150 square-foot double-sided green wall comprising of 50,000 individual plants has been completed in Surrey, British Columbia.

  • Making Stronger, Greener Concrete

    Researchers have discovered new possibilities for creating concrete that has less of an impact on the environment.

  • Making Stronger, Greener Concrete

    Researchers have discovered new possibilities for creating concrete that has less of an impact on the environment.