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  • Study Shows Green Education Disparity

    Education Revolution, a study from architecture firm RMJM Hillier, Princeton, N.J., finds that students at top U.S. design schools rated job prospects as the top benefit of integrating sustainable design into the school curriculum, but only 6 percent of design leaders believe recent graduates are...

  • Sky Vegetables

    SKY VEGETABLES, MADISON, WIS., is an urban-agriculture firm that uses a sustainable model to farm produce on grocery-store rooftops.

  • German Students Win Solar Decathlon

    THE WASHINGTON, D.C.-BASED U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY’S 2007 SOLAR DECATHLON challenged 20 university-led teams from around the world to design, build and operate an attractive, energy-efficient, solar-powered home.

  • Innovative Architects Practice and Preach Green

    The co-winners of the “perspectives” category in eco-structure ’s 2008 Evergreen Awards come from very different places.

  • Architecture Students Design Award Winning House

    2008 Evergreen Awards Honorable Mention. Architecture students at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, are granted an opportunity given to few other architecture students in the country.

  • At-Risk Youth Learn Green Building Techniques in Washington

    Event on National Mall aims to spread energy- and resource-efficient building practices.

  • Radiant Heating and Cooling Define Comfort

    A radiant-slab system provides heating and cooling for Loyola University's Klarchek Information Commons, Chicago.

  • Evaluation Targets Occupant Comfort

    The post-occupancy evaluation of a mixed-use residence hall in Portland, Ore., accounts for occupant experience and building performance.

  • At-Risk Youth Learn Green Building Techniques in Washington

    Skills gained at the YouthBuild AmeriCorps Green Homebuilding Service Day will be utilized at the local level, where student members are building or refurbishing thousands of affordable homes.

  • Schools, Curriculum Go Green

    The advantages to building a green school are obvious: a healthy, more productive environment for students, faculty, and staff, plus energy and taxpayer savings. But one aspect of a sustainable school that may have been overlooked in the past is the chance to incorporate green into the curriculum...