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Rendering courtesy Behnisch Architekten
November 25,2014

The multi-use building for Artists For Humanity that is slated to be the largest energy positive commercial building in New England.

Every aspect of the Center—location, materials, utilities, operation and use—mee
November 12,2014

More than a decade after opening its groundbreaking Philip Merrill Environmental Center, the group is back at it with a structure designed to be...

Photo courtesy Harvard Center for Green Buildings and Cities
October 15,2014

The impetus behind Harvard's Center for Green Buildings and Cities is what the design school’s dean, Mohsen Mostafavi, describes as a “rapidly...

May 20,2014

The book, co-authored by Arup's Russell Fortmeyer, illustrates the various ways architects, consultants, and engineers approach energy and comfort...

Photo: Brett VA via Wikimedia Commons
May 16,2014

The Affordable Green Neighborhoods Grant Program will offer 14 grants to developers of affordable housing in North America who are committed to...

Illustration: Arup
April 28,2014

From vertical farming to glowing trees (yes, glowing trees), Arup engineers imagine the future of green infrastructure in cities across the world...

March 26,2014

Hybrid ventilation, nighttime cooling, and fuel cell technology are among the dozens of sustainable design techniques profiled by Callison on its...

February 10,2014

To best serve the industry, Ball State University has organized a single day conference in which participants will be able to exchange technical...

January 16,2014

Despite misleading media reports, January 1 did not mark a ban on the manufacture or import of 60-watt and 40-watt incandescent bulbs.

December 17,2013

The Lady Bird Johnson Middle School in Irving, Texas, was named a winner of USGBC's annual award, along with nine other schools, individuals and...