The administration is seeking green technologies to put to the test in its Green Proving Ground program. Do you have something to recommend?
A 2003 AIA COTE Top Ten project, the Chicago Center for Green Technology may have helped kick-start the city's green-building boom.
Can making a city smarter reduce poverty, hunger and inequality? And if it can, how can we ensure that it will?
When it comes to energy efficiency, technology helps, but it is not the only solution, says NREL's Paul Torcellini.
A new method to extract iron from virgin resources might give the world's most widely recycled material an environmental edge after all, despite its high embodied energy.
The development of self-repairing biomass building materials has the potential to revolutionize green building.
Just putting a sign on a building to signify it is green is a missed opportunity, says Blaine Brownell, ARCHITECT's resident materials columnist.
The U.S. General Services Administration is gathering info for its Green Proving Ground program that examines sustainable building technologies and practices for federal buildings.
The neighborhoods of 2039 will feel more like cityscapes with environmentally friendly, energy-efficient amenities and people living closer to their jobs.
Do you have a project that could be the green multifamily project of the year? The 2014 MFE Awards competition is looking for it.
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