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  • Southern Nevada Combats Water Waste

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

  • Resiliency to the Rescue

    Making homes resistant to natural disasters and sustainable in their aftermath goes hand-in-hand with environmental goals.

  • Across the Institute

    Washington, D.C.; Los Angeles; New York; Chicago; Detroit

  • An Introduction to the Living Building Challenge

    The “stubbornly beautiful” dandelion is an apt icon for the International Living Future Institute’s Living Building Challenge, the most ambitious green certification criteria to date, which encompasses a regenerative philosophy, advocacy platform, and certification program.

  • Green Chemistry

    Even though you may be specifying energy-efficient polystyrene, polyisocyanurate, and polyurethane insulation for your builds, flammability codes still require the use of flame retardant (FR) chemicals.

  • Earth Advantage Institute Looks Ahead

    Portland-based nonprofit releases annual prediction of 10 green building trends to watch in 2012.

  • Center Stage

    Architecture centers fill the gap between design matters and the public interest.

  • ULI Creates Greenpoint Center for Building Performance

    Furthering its commitment to reducing global carbon emissions, the Urban Land Institute has transformed its Greenpoint Foundation into a research center operating within the organization's Climate, Land Use, and Energy initiative.

  • New Certification Will Help Bring Passive House to the Mainstream

    A new rating for U.S. Passive House projects will help raise awareness of the benefits of the stringent building system.

  • Across the Institute

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