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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...

The Aon Center in Chicago was first designated a BOMA 360 building in 2010. Phot
April 18,2014

In the first quarter of 2014, the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International certified 66 properties in the BOMA 360...

April 10,2014

The Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI), which administers third-party certification for the LEED standard, and the Well Building...

April 04,2014

The Green Building Initiative group based in Portland, Ore., met with the Department of Agriculture on a plan to include locally sourced materials...

Photo: courtesy LBNL
April 04,2014

A new report from LBNL says that white roofs are three times more effective than green roofs at “cooling the globe.”

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April 04,2014

The standard answers such questions as: Should the measurements of a building’s area used in the equation to derive energy use per square foot be...

March 31,2014

EKO Flood Protection created a flood prevention solution for one of New York City's largest office buildings, 55 Water Street, that can be...

March 26,2014

Facilities across the nation have been able to shave on average about 2.5% of their annual utility costs through efficiency initiatives spurred by...

March 19,2014

Structures built to green standards have added resilience to destructive storms because green buildings are often constructed with stronger, more...

March 19,2014

With developers in Santa Monica, Calif., looking for ways to build green more inexpensively, the city may consider alternatives to LEED such as...