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March 02,2011

Besides making cities more affordable and architecturally interesting, tall buildings are greener than sprawl, and they foster social capital and...

March 01,2011

Roger K. Lewis, architect and professor emeritus of architecture at the University of Maryland, writes in the Washington Post about the...

February 24,2011

An influx of fresh capital into U.S. commercial real estate is bringing some long-stalled development projects back to life and launching new...

February 23,2011

London 2012 released a series of aerial images that show progress at Olympic Park, including a completed roof on the stadium (where seats are...

February 23,2011

The 14th Annual Building Team Awards recognizes newly built projects that...

February 23,2011

Bryan Howard, Legislative Director of the U.S. Green Building Council, blogs about proposed GOP budget cuts that could impact green building in...

February 22,2011

More than 500 building projects have certified through the LEED Volume Program since the pilot launched in 2006, according to the U.S. Green...

February 15,2011

Architecture 2030 has just broadened the scope of its 2030 Challenge, issuing an additional challenge regarding the climate impact of building...

February 15,2011

Andrés Duany advocates a "LEED Brown" rating that would give contractors credit for using traditional but low cost measures that are not...

February 09,2011

In 2010, U.S. corporations continued to enhance their sustainable business efforts by making bigger, bolder, longer-term sustainability...