The administration is seeking green technologies to put to the test in its Green Proving Ground program. Do you have something to recommend?
Can making a city smarter reduce poverty, hunger and inequality? And if it can, how can we ensure that it will?
A 2003 AIA COTE Top Ten project, the Chicago Center for Green Technology may have helped kick-start the city's green-building boom.
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.
Advances in thermal controls show how smart building technologies live up to their name.
The third-party green building program has been enhanced in energy and materials areas.
Both biomimicry and biodesign use nature as a guide for creativity—and require designers to relinquish control.
In the final post of his nine-part blog series, Jerry Yudelson offers a last piece of advice for green building consultants.
These roof shingles’ solar-reflective coloring is only visible from above.
Perfect for ships' hulls and buildings in humid climates, a team of researchers just developed a surface that sheds organisms without chemicals.