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July 26,2013

The City of Detroit’s financial problems may make it more likely to adopt blue infrastructure standards.

July 26,2013

Building codes have effectively outlawed the bottom end of the private housing market, driving up rents on everything above it, argues the...

July 17,2013

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) are collaborating to rapidly scale up the construction of...

July 17,2013

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal signed into law this month a bill that provides $251.6 million for 29 projects at Louisiana Community and Technical...

July 17,2013

The House of Representatives last week voted to block the enforcement of light bulb standards that many say would effectively force people to buy...

July 17,2013

Some cities are deliberately discouraging construction of new parking spaces by allowing the construction of buildings with a lower...

July 17,2013

The Environmental Protection Agency continues to develop new stormwater regulations that are expected to force project developers to write...

July 11,2013

The Energy Department released stricter energy efficiency standards this month for new federal buildings. 

July 11,2013

Pennsylvania lawmakers are working on a bill to update demolition codes, in the wake of a fatal building collapse in Philadelphia in June. ...

July 11,2013

A plan to build pre-fab apartment buildings at Atlantic Yards in Brooklyn, N.Y., has been challenged by a lawsuit filed by the Plumbing Foundation...