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    The AIA Committee on the Environment is now accepting projects for the program’s 15th year.

  • The Pursuit of Excellence: The 2010 Evergreen Awards

    ECO-STRUCTURE's third annual competition seeks out outstanding environmental performance and design in four categories.

  • The 2010 Evergreen Awards Jury

    Meet the five green building professionals who judged this year's Evergreen Awards.

  • October 2010 Eco-newsletter Editor's Note

    The education market continues to be fertile ground for green projects and lessons.

  • August 2010 E-newsletter Editor's Note

    Several recent polls attempt to name the greatest architecture of the past 30 years, but are the resulting lists full of more misses than hits?

  • The Week in Green: June 19-25

    A roundup of green building news including EPA changes regarding lead paint, worldwide increase in green certifications, and top green building products.

  • Upcoming Awards

    The One Prize Competition, “Mowing to Growing: A Design Competition for Creating Productive Green Space in Cities”

  • Sustaining Life Through Architecture?

    I long ago accepted the fact that book stores are a dangerous place for me.

  • Architect Recognized

    Kansas City, Kan.–based architect Robert Berkebile, principal of BNIM Architects, was awarded a $100,000 Heinz Award for his work promoting green building design.

  • Modular Marvel

    A winner in the Greenhouse category of the 2009 Evergreen Awards, LivingHomes prototype house aims for high-efficiency