To address water needs by 2020, we must rethinking our supplies and reconsider reuse.
THA Architecture's work has been rooted in a keen understanding of the connection between the well-being of communities and the natural environment.
Scottsdale, Salt Lake City, Washington, D.C., Beirut, New York City
Raphael Sperry, AIA, sees social justice as today's civil rights issue.
Returning some rights to the rightless.
Salutogenic design may be the key to turning sustainability into more than a buzzword.
Campus growth has consequences for the wider community. The trick is making sure they're the good kind.
USGBC lists the top 10 states, including the District of Columbia, for LEED-certified commercial and institutional space per capita.
Two buildings in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s state capital, Harrisburg, have been improved to achieve an expected 30 percent energy reduction throughout the combined 750,000 square feet (69675 m2) of the buildings.
The Green Data Project is an international online community, resource site and Web publication focused on managing electronic data to reduce electrical power demands in corporate information technology.
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