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  • Scaling Up

    Two industry leaders examine the barriers to district-wide sustainability and how eco-districts are creating developments where the grass--and homes, buildings, and infrastructure--are greener.

  • A Deeper Look at LEED-ND

    Sophie Lambert, director, neighborhood development for USGBC, chats with Eco-Structure about the latest LEED rating system.

  • One Phoenix Row

    Insurance provider The Phoenix Co.’s One American Row building in Hartford, Conn., recently achieved LEED for Existing Buildings Silver certification from the USGBC.

  • Sustainability Beyond Current Design Practices

    An associate principal and director of research at Busby Perkins+Will examines the challenges of thinking more holistically about a firm's approach to sustainable design.

  • Cincinnati AIA Compares LEED and NGBS

    The first-ever comparison of the two national green building rating systems finds common ground as well as differences.

  • Shanghai Corporate Pavilion

    ESI Design crafts a World Expo pavilion to reflect Shanghai's future and commitment to social and environmental responsibility.

  • LEED for Neighborhood Development Launched

    After a three-year pilot program, LEED-ND is officially launched, becoming the seventh LEED rating system from the U.S. Green Building Council.

  • Energy Star Challenge Deadline is April 30

    While the Energy Star Challenge is on-going, the deadline to be recognized at the 2010 AIA National Convention in Miami is April 30.

  • University of Virginia Medical Center

    While it is known for its Thomas Jefferson-inspired architecture, the University of Virginia goes modular with a new addition to its medical center.

  • Poly Canyon Village

    The mixed-use Poly Canyon Village student housing complex at California Polytechnic State Institute, San Luis Obispo, Calif., has earned LEED Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.