Known for its innovative uses of materials, the Switzerland-based firm finds a contemporary application for one of the world's oldest construction materials.Read More
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EcoBuilding Pulse's interactive heat map displays how each state ranks for total energy costs, and breaksdown average electric, natural gas, and fuel costs from WalletHub's "Most and Least Energy Expensive States" report.Read More
An online poll conducted by Nielsen of 30,000 consumers in 60 countries identifies which consumer segments are most passionate about sustainable practices, and how much that can sway their purchasing behavior.Read More
A German studio channels nature with an analog textile printing process that uses microalgae to color its patterns in saturated, photo-sensitive hues.Read More
The auto and equipment maker releases nearly all of its “smart home” plans to the public.Read More
A task force comprising members from five certification groups will help standardize information collection and provide a single database of chemical hazards.Read More
The experimental net-zero-energy residence produced more energy than it consumed during its year-long test period.Read More
The second version of the sustainable ratings system designed for landscapes is now available for widespread use.Read More
There are 150,000 LEED-certified housing units across the world, according to a new report. Is your state in the top 10 or the bottom 10 for the U.S.?Read More
We're counting down 30 days to the AIA National Convention in Chicago on June 26 to 28, with 30 things to do to get ready, to do while there, or that the Windy City have to offer.Read More
Are Atlanta, Detroit, and Miami set to put car-dependent development in park and pull forward as the new leaders of walkable urban development?Read More
Seven outstanding green building thought leaders are under consideration for the prestigious annual award, which comes with a $50,000 prize, from The Hanley Foundation, BUILDER, and ECOBUILDING REVIEW.Read More
Callison, HOK, and RTKL have developed software to track and advise on sustainability best practices within each firm and the broader design community.Read More
Survey respondents in McGraw Hill's latest SmartMarket Report show growth in green building from 2006 and 2011, and project a continued upswing in widespread adoption.Read More
Green Globes SI targets interior fit-outs and remodels of commercial and institutional buildings.Read More
Walk through the 2014 New American Home with its energy rater, Drew Smith, to learn how you can adapt some of the home's green features for your projects. A quick registration takes you to the free webinar.Read More
Hanley Wood Sustainability Council Members Mary Ann Lazarus and Doug Bennett chat about the need to break down silos and change the way we think about our professional roles in order to create win-win teams and projects.Read More
The Green Parking Council, an affiliate of the International Parking Institute, launches the latest sustainability certification, with a focus on parking structure design, management, and technology.Read More
Nearing the end of a year-long testing period, the National Institute of Standards and Technology's experimental net-zero-energy house has less than 30 days to overcome an energy deficit.Read More
The latest version of the green building program puts greater emphasis on resiliency, regeneration, equity, community, and materials transparency.Read More
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