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  • UV-Blocking Daylighting Panels From Duo-Gard

    Duo-Gard. The company now offers its translucent daylighting panels with 3S Solar Block, a transparent coating that the firm claims transmits up to 79% of visible light while blocking 99.9% of the UV rays that can cause fading and 95% of infrared heat rays. The product allows pros to bring in...

  • Case Study: Florida Concrete Home Is Ultra Strong and Energy Efficient by Design

    Coastal home, certified by the Florida Green Building Coalition, combines a strong shell, fashionable interiors, and location-smart design.

  • Solar-powered Portable Generator From Solar Stik

    Solar Stik. The Nano-Series Solar Stik 100 & Power Pak 100 system is designed for light- to medium-duty applications and can store up to 1 kWh per day. Dual power receptacles allow for the connection of additional Stiks. The Stik transports in a reusable box or a Pelican transport case with custom...

  • Second Life: The 2010 Evergreen Awards Ecommercial Winner

    Lessons in reuse are brought to life in a 1920s warehouse that was transformed into an environmentally conscious school.

  • 2010 Evergreen Awards: Lone Star

    In the nation's oil capital, one house—ECO-STRUCTURE's 2010 Greenhouse winner—proudly declares its independence from fossil fuels.

  • The 2010 Evergreen Awards: On the Boards Winner

    Jolly Green Giant: SOM's Digital Media City Landmark Tower takes eco-design to new heights.

  • Bridge of Possibilities

    Through its design and modified operations and maintenance practices, the William J. Clinton Presidential Center & Park achieved LEED certification twice.

  • PNC Place

    Gensler achieves LEED Platinum certification for PNC’s 12-story office building in downtown Washington, D.C., making it the 104th LEED certified building for PNC Financial Services Group.

  • Case Study: EarthCraft Cottage Home in Georgia's Chattahoochee Hill Country

    Part of an enclave of small-but-cozy homes in the Serenbe progressive community, the 1,100-square-foot Nest Cottage boasts a wealth of green-minded practices, products, and performance.

  • Animal Care and Protective Services

    Animals, like humans, need clean environments to live in. Designed by Jacksonville, Fla.-based Ebert Norman Brady Architects, the new LEED Gold certified Jacksonville Animal Care and Protective Services building provides just that for its four-legged population.