The state's Court of Appeals has overturned a 2011 decision that would revamp New Mexico's stringent green building codes.
Builders and environmentalists take to the courts to sort out which energy regs will prevail.
Parker became a national energy exemplar under the stewardship of one inspired building official.
Stretch or reach codes help states and jurisdictions push baseline efficiency levels. Could they spur national code development and adoption?
Using the International Energy Conservation Code as a guide for improving existing buildings.
A webinar sponsored by organizations instrumental in developing the IgCC provides navigation for standards, codes, and rating systems.
Vision 2020 Energy Efficiency + Building Performance chair Dennis Creech believes energy efficiency can't be judged by an Energy Star or HERS score alone.
A demand-control pump that owners is one key saving water and energy.
Are we ready for an international green construction code?
The Colorado Chapter of Congress for the New Urbanism publishes transcripts of two panel discussions that will stimulate you to think on a deeper level about the value of urbanism.