A 10,150 square-foot double-sided green wall comprising of 50,000 individual plants has been completed in Surrey, British Columbia. Read More
A 10,150 square-foot double-sided green wall comprising of 50,000 individual plants has been completed in Surrey, British Columbia.Read More
Researchers have discovered new possibilities for creating concrete that has less of an impact on the environment.Read More
A Dutch designer has produced a prototype comprising a tube of artificial seawater suspended between two brass weights that glows blue when disturbed.Read More
New research shows increased vegetation in urban areas, among many other environmental and psychological benefits, can also decrease heat-related mortality.Read More
Energy efficiency has a direct effect on the cost to run an office, but it also saves companies money by making employees more energetic and efficient too. Here's five easy ways to make it happen.Read More
Coal remains the cheapest way to produce energy, but what if we made it inaccessible and very expensive?Read More
Masdar City, UAE was built to be a sustainable city of 50,000 plus people, but video shows it's currently a green ghost town.Read More
For neighborhoods left in the wake of tragedy, Make It Right provides not just a place to live, but a place to regain pride, ownership, and community.Read More
A rebel with a cause, architect Bob Berkebile’s ultimate vision is of a sustainable model so powerful that it justifies itself.Read More
Who promised to reduce emissions? Which countries are going to invest in climate change reduction research and infrastructure? Check out this interactive map from Mashable to see what the key players are planning to do by 2020, 2050 and beyond.Read More
The USGBC's inaugural “people’s choice” awards recognize the year’s best green products, projects, organizations and individuals making an impact in green building.Read More
Green Building Advisor's Martin Holladay reviews four new books that focus on sustainable projects from salvage, green construction materials and energy efficiency.Read More
The two-day conference concurrent to the Climate Leaders Assembly in New York City this September was organized by the Climate Justice Alliance, including the Indigenous Environmental Network and other allies.Read More
With 18-inch-thick walls, triple-paned windows and a lot of style, this Midwestern home is built energy efficient and green both inside and out.Read More
Hint: It’s not for cars.Read More
In this segment, Michael Anschel and Carl Seville check out software from Bluebeam that allows designers, builders, and remodelers to create a paperless workflow and remotely collaborate on projects.Read More
Dan Barasch's dream is to build the world's first underground park, and there's no location more deserving than New York City. Barasch and James Ramsey are developing the Lowline, an underground greenspace the size of a football field.Read More
The triennial competition awarded $330,000 to projects that the design jury determined as pushing the envelope of sustainability.Read More
LEED AP and Green Associate credentials are becoming more frequent on business cards, but are they important in today's job market?Read More
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