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  • Cultural Production

    Historic preservation may be the key to Cuban-American relations.

  • Making It Fit

    KPMG builds out a 15-story tower in London's Canary Wharf district to make financial and environmental sense.

  • Geothermal Power Capacity Could Double by 2020

    A new report from Pike Research estimates a 134 percent increase in total geothermal capacity.

  • Access Available to EPA's Chemical Information

    ToxRefDB is an online database cataloguing testing results on hundreds of chemicals.

  • NAHB Phases Out Model Green Home Building Guidelines

    National Green Building Standard to be the sole system certified by the NAHB Research Center.

  • From Capitol Hill

    Research into technologies and practices that help use water and energy more efficiently got a boost on Capitol Hill as the U.S. House of Representatives approved H.R. 3598, the Energy and Water Integration Act.

  • New Lease on Life

    A 1970s laboratory building gets an upgrade alongside a high-performing addition at the University of Cincinnati

  • Improving Performance

    Following our mission of showcasing performance excellence, we put ourselves to the test to see how Eco-Structure can best serve its readers

  • Climate-related Revenue Booms

    Revenues from climate-related business across the globe rose by 75 percent in 2008, according to HSBC Global Research.

  • Curriculum Is Updated

    The National Center for Construction Education and Research, Gainesville, Fla., has updated its curriculum for “Your Role in the Green Environment” to include LEED Version 3 and a Training Course Study Guide: Preparation for Green Advantage Exam.