Environmental groups and agencies need to get serious about hiring people of color, says a new group. If they don't, they will quickly become obsolete.Read More
As the desire for environmental transparency grows, contractors must focus on the significant opportunities EPDs present.Read More
Metrostudy chief economist Brad Hunter breaks down the New Residential Construction release from the Census, including a look at the top ten markets leading in growth in quarterly starts.Read More
On June 19, the Illuminating Engineering Society New York City Section recognized the work of its members during its annual award dinner, the 46th Lumen Awards. Twelve projects representing 10 New York City-based design firms received awards.Read More
The move will sync the code with Standard 189.1 to provide a single resource for code officials and project teams while likely modifying LEED.Read More
Inhabitat's Yuka Yoneda showcases six fascinating examples of naturally sustainable buried homes.Read More
A roundup of indoor and outdoor bathroom products for kids, older adults, and everyone in between.Read More
Though it's been slow to gain acceptance in the United States, industrial hemp may be a key building material of the future.Read More
The Green Police discuss when and where to use HRV or ERV systems. In this video, they visit Air Pohoda to check out the humidity control systems.Read More
Stat of the Day
The Electric Power Monthly report released last month by the U.S. Energy Information Administration details energy consumption, and the average retail price of electricity to customers in every U.S. state monthly and annually from 2007 to May 2014. Which states and regions saw the biggest price...Read More
Michael Anschel and Carl Seville, a.k.a. The Green Police, look at ReWall, a fiberboard-like product made by applying heat and pressure to recycled plastic-coated beverage containers without any added chemicals, glues, or water.Read More
The Huffington Post asks nine architects to talk about their stunning projects that are not only beautiful, but sustainable too.Read More
The New Orleans event will include the release of a healthy building standard.Read More
No phenomenon more reflects the sheer power and appeal of urbanism than the rise of megacities, which we define as an urban area with more than 10 million residents (defined as areas of continuous urban development).Read More
In honor of National Curb Appeal month, we've rounded up five new products to take your home's exterior from bland to brilliant.Read More
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