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  • 2011 Evergreen Awards On the Boards Winner

    The Bullitt Center in Seattle, by the Miller Hull Partnership.

  • Marking Their Mark

    The 2011 COTE Top Ten Green Projects are working examples of the power of a thoroughly integrated approach to architecture, natural systems, and technology.

  • Product Review: Insulation

    With a wider range of insulation products on the market, builders can customize applications to achieve cost-efficient energy performance.

  • Commitment Needed From Big Builders

    When big builders make big statements about their commitment to green building, it's a big deal.

  • Garbett Homes Weathers Recession Catering to First-Time Buyers

    Production builder finds young customers prefer green features, but won’t pay extra for them.

  • The Week in Green: April 16-22

    A roundup of green building news, including solar panels increase home values, affordable LED bulbs, and Hawaii rebate program runs dry.

  • Product Review: Carpet

    Evaluating carpet for green-built homes requires looking beyond the surface--to the fibers, backings, treatments, adhesives, and padding.

  • Giving Green a Sporting Chance

    Two Sasaki principals discuss the process of designing collegiate sports and recreation centers to exceed LEED certification.

  • Greening the Colorado Convention Center

    The Colorado Convention Center's sustainable consultant examines how the facility became the largest LEED-certified building of its kind in the U.S. to date.

  • Life as a Tree

    Ten years later, the Adam Joseph Lewis Center for Environmental Studies at Oberlin College continues to evolve, which is exactly what its designers intended.