Many market-rate communities try to use green certifications to appeal to young professionals or Gen-Y renters. But seniors don’t seem to have that same level of interest.Read More
You have until March 31 to join the committees and groups revising the National Green Building Standard.Read More
For St. Patrick's Day, Hanley Wood's chief editor of products has a product round up to indulge your inner leprechaun.Read More
From a wall block with low cement content to designer tiles that emulate brick, a roundup of the latest in bricks and concrete.Read More
Are sustainable places really just places people love?Read More
A veteran marketer says green organizations must drop the nature imagery, talk about people, and repeat, repeat, repeat if they want to move the needle.Read More
A Passive House gut-rehab of a historic brick row house in Brooklyn starts at the bottom: with shovels, in the basement.Read More
Couldn't make it to the International Builders' Show? You don't have to miss out on The New American Home.Read More
In an effort to increase transparency and recruit more stakeholders, the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute is seeking outside input for the next version of its standard.Read More
The bi-partisan legislation, proposed by the AIA and the AIAS, would assist in debt repayment for emerging design professionals who do community service in underserved areas.Read More
The Hanley Wood Sustainability Council offers up five business opportunities and needs in high-performance design and building.Read More
Energy efficiency advocates say a bill that sailed through the House will save energy and money, particularly in leased commercial buildings.Read More
Should people be allowed to go off the grid and off-pipe in cities? A Cape Coral, Fla., judge has ruled that they can't.Read More
Should the green building automation industry rally around open systems to help make buildings more efficient—and profitable?Read More
The new paper is transparent but also scatters light.Read More
University of Virginia architecture professor Karen Van Lengel launches a digital project to promote an aural consciousness of a visual and tactile discipline.Read More
A new study shows 90 percent of polled voters think it's important to include energy efficiency as part of the country's energy solutions.Read More
A new online tool gives manufacturer and third-party data to consumers and the trade for products in 17 categories from lighting to photovoltatics and to HVAC.Read More
Rick Berman is the figure behind LEED Exposed, a shadowy astroturfing website that seeks to tilt the debate about building performance and development.Read More
Learn how to avoid big mistakes when talking about the sustainable features of a home.Read More
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