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.
The Green Parking Council, an affiliate of the International Parking Institute, launches the latest sustainability certification, with a focus on parking structure design, management, and technology.
When it comes to energy efficiency, technology helps, but it is not the only solution, says NREL's Paul Torcellini.
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.
Want to entice buyers to choose solar? Here are some convincing reasons.
In the third part of a series looking at what drives green product manufacturers, we chat with Steve Revnew, vice president of product development for The Sherwin-Williams Company, about the company's approach to sustainability.
ARUP looks into how architecture and infrastructure can better address climate change, resource scarcity, rising energy costs, disaster resistance, and human and environmental health through sustainable design strategies.
Reclaimed wood tabletops, bio-based sheathing, and decorative acoustic panels are among the latest in sustainable materials.
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