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  • Architecture 2030 Launches Building Product Carbon-Reduction Initiative

    Similar to the organization’s building performance improvement mission, the 2030 Challenge for Products will set benchmarks for reducing the carbon footprint of building materials by targeting greenhouse gas emissions resulting from manufacturing and transportation.

  • Tim DuRoche

    Director of programs for the World Affairs Council of Oregon talks about the value of architecture centers.

  • Architecture as Education

    David Orr, the Paul Sears distinguished professor of environmental studies and politics at Oberlin College, discusses ecological design, resilience, and high-performance building.

  • Vishaan Chakrabarti

    The director of the real estate development program at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation talks about the future of the profession.

  • Call for Entries: 2011 AIA/COTE Top Ten Green Projects

    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?

  • Green Jobs for the Next Decade

    Since sustainable agriculture requires small-scale, local, organic methods rather than petroleum-based machines and fertilizers, there is a huge need for more farmers.