Sustainability

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Treepedia Shows Cities Where They Need to Plant

So far this project has been used to map out the greenery in 12 cities. More

Breakline: Rising Coastal Waters
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Breakline: Rising Coastal Waters

Swelling sea levels and sinking lands send planners scrambling to fend off the sea. More

The Future of Ice Architecture
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The Future of Ice Architecture

Colder winters and 3D manufacturing technology could mean a new market for... More

The U.S. Cities with the Strongest Sustainability Programs
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The U.S. Cities with the Strongest Sustainability Programs

Seattle tops the list, followed by Winter Park, Fla., Philadelphia, and Berkeley,... More

USGBC's Top Ten LEED-Certified Countries
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USGBC's Top Ten LEED-Certified Countries

Though the United States is ahead with the most LEED-certified projects in the... More

Chasms in Ice Shelf Force Antarctic Research Center to Relocate
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Chasms in Ice Shelf Force Antarctic Research Center to Relocate

After five years at its current location, the Halley VI Antarctic Research Center... More

RetrofitNY Aims to Turn NYC's Affordable Housing Stock Green
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RetrofitNY Aims to Turn NYC's Affordable Housing Stock Green

Launching in 2017, the government-led initiative will help cut the Empire State’s... More

AIA COTE Overhauls Its Top Ten Awards Criteria
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AIA COTE Overhauls Its Top Ten Awards Criteria

With the increasingly higher performance expectations for buildings, the AIA... More

Strawberry-Covered Facades: An Eco-friendly Upgrade to Scaffolding
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Strawberry-Covered Facades: An Eco-friendly Upgrade to Scaffolding

According to engineering firm Arup, these green facades can reduce air pollution... More

Sustainability is Dead. Now What?
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Sustainability is Dead. Now What?

While architects debate on a more meaningful way to carry out net-zero design, the... More

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