Hawaii Homes Built on Hardened Lava
A series of seven homes by California–based Craig Steely reflect their rugged...
Top and Bottom States for LEED by Certification Level and Space Type
Which states and sectors really go for gold (and platinum)? Our heatmap uses...
National Energy Efficiency Tax Credits for Buildings to be Revived?
Three senators propose restoring and boosting energy efficiency tax credits for...
Flooring from Bamboo Flooring Hawaii
This company uses only finishes that meet European E0 and E1 standards for low to...
An Introduction to the Living Building Challenge
The “stubbornly beautiful” dandelion is an apt icon for the International Living Future Institute’s Living Building Challenge, the most ambitious green certification criteria to date, which encompasses a regenerative philosophy, advocacy platform, and certification program.
Builders Honored for Energy-Efficient Projects
Some of the nation’s most energy-efficient homes and their builders were honored...
Beyond the business of bricks and mortar, public service is more than an elective...
Solar Decathlon 2011 Profile: Team Hawaii
An interview with David Cook, project engineer for the University of Hawaii’s Hale...
EHDA Grand Award: Kumuhau Subdivision
Metal roofs, awnings, and carports on the 45 subsidized homes in this rural...
Case Study: Hawaii Home Rises From the Ashes
Husband and wife builders show green construction doesn’t have to break the bank,...