Under pressure from industry, some states are turning against using LEED as a building performance rating system.Read More
A handful of municipalities in Southern California are aiming to reduce their use of imported water by 40 billion gallons by 2035. Will other cities follow their lead?Read More
The initiative is drawing attention to the importance of greenhouse gas reduction in commercial buildings.Read More
The first LEED Silver federal correctional institute and campus: User-generated architecture from GRW.Read More
A clean slate site in Palm Springs becomes an opportunity for Net Zero-plus design from HGA Architects and Engineers.Read More
Award honors schools and districts for reducing environmental footprint and costs.Read More
Daylight harvesting, combined with a computerized, sun-tracking program to monitor window shades, contributes to LEED Gold certification for the California State Lottery offices: User-generated architecture from LPAS Architecture + Design.Read More
A past COTE Top Ten Green Project outperforms expectations and earns more recognition.Read More
As the GSA considers which green building rating system to use, its Green Building Advisory Committee officially recommends LEED for all GSA buildings.Read More
Designed by Ross Barney Architects, a Midwest educational facility serves as a living laboratory for high-performance building techniques.Read More
Leading up to the 2013 U.S. Solar Decathlon in Irvine, Calif., we are keeping tabs on the progress of several teams. In this installment, meet Team Las Vegas.Read More
KMD Architects works with city officials to create a world-class sustainable building that fits in with its classical surroundings.Read More
LEED Gold offices for a Fort Worth insurance company: User-generated architecture from Environetics.Read More
A 1933 experiment in sustainable living is updated and improved, resulting in an affordable house with extreme resource-use reductions.Read More
Our editors' picks of high-performance building highlights from the past week.Read More
A California school centered on ecological instruction gets a sustainable makeover and addition from EHDD.Read More
ZGF Architects designs a flexible and sustainable government building that fosters workplace collaboration and a connection to the outdoors.Read More
Leading up to the 2013 U.S. Solar Decathlon in Irvine, Calif., Ecobuildingpulse.com is keeping tabs on the progress of several teams. In this installment, meet Team Capitol DC.Read More
With more clients demanding fact-based design, architects and builders increasingly will need to collect and analyze occupancy data on their projects. A recent study of DLR Group’s high-performance schools shows how a firm can benefit from this data collection. Read More
A KieranTimberlake-designed student housing project capitalizes on its sunny, breezy location.Read More
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