More stories about High-Performance Building

  • Green Lessons from the New American Home

    Walk through the 2014 New American Home with its energy rater, Drew Smith, to learn how you can adapt some of the home's green features for your projects. A quick registration takes you to the free webinar.

  • "Raise the Base, Stretch the Top"

    Hanley Wood Sustainability Council Members Mary Ann Lazarus and Doug Bennett chat about the need to break down silos and change the way we think about our professional roles in order to create win-win teams and projects.

  • The Next Three Years

    Advancing AIA’s sustainability initiatives at the local level.

  • Firm Profile: BNIM

    A frequent honoree in the AIA's COTE Top Ten Green Projects program, BNIM's talks about its mantra of "Rigor, Restraint and Resolve" and other factors that drive the firm.

  • Postcard from Living Future UnConference 2014: Making the Message Mainstream

    Wrapping up the Living Future UnConference, attendees discuss taking environmental stewardship home to a bigger audience.

  • Seven Key Green Building Trends

    The Hanley Wood Sustainability Council offers up seven business opportunities and needs in high-performance design and building.

  • National Healthy Housing Standard Released

    The new standard from the National Center for Healthy Housing and the American Public Health Association provides recommendations to improve the health impacts and safety of exiting homes.

  • Firm Profile: Architerra

    Architerra believes that high-performance design strategies will become standard when all buildings display energy labels and the general public demands them.

  • Anti-Greenwashing Group Launches With Letter to GBI

    The nonprofit Greenwash Action launches with an open letter to the board of directors of the Green Building Initiative requesting that the organization strengthen its Green Globes system and cease negative attacks on LEED.

  • New Executive Actions Call For Energy Efficiency and Solar Energy

    President Obama wants $2 billion in energy efficiency investments, smarter appliances, and training to grow the solar industry. Federal agencies and the building industry pledge to help.