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Why Sustainability Needs Experimentation And a Bit More Risk
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Why Sustainability Needs Experimentation And a Bit More Risk

Hanley Wood Sustainability Council members Blaine Brownell and Dennis Wedlick... Read more

NAHB Lauds Green Homes of the Year
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NAHB Lauds Green Homes of the Year

The NAHBGreen Awards recognize excellence in residential green design and... Read more

Flex-Plex: The 2013 AIA Legacy Project
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Flex-Plex: The 2013 AIA Legacy Project

Each year, the AIA National Convention includes a legacy project designed to give... Read more

Codes And Standards Lean Toward Better Hot Water Delivery
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Codes And Standards Lean Toward Better Hot Water Delivery

A demand-control pump that owners is one key saving water and energy. Read more

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Seven Affordable Construction Tips

Habitat for Humanity representatives share their energy-efficiency secrets with Greenbuild attendees. Read more

Builders Honored for Energy-Efficient Projects
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Builders Honored for Energy-Efficient Projects

Some of the nation’s most energy-efficient homes and their builders were honored... Read more

Solar Decathlon 2011 Profile: Parsons the New School for Design and Stevens Institute of Technology
Make No Small Plans
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Make No Small Plans

Grounding architecture within a larger building ecology. Read more

On the Front Lines: Ed Brown, Habitat for Humanity
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On the Front Lines: Ed Brown, Habitat for Humanity

Green rehabs require up-front review and analysis, sustainable building expert says. Read more

Case Study: Post-Katrina, Mississippi Habitat Chapter Sets Its Sights on Green Building
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Case Study: Post-Katrina, Mississippi Habitat Chapter Sets Its Sights on Green Building

Five years after the hurricane leveled much of the region, this ultra-green home... Read more

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