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The Illinois Holocaust Museum, in Skokie, is one of Illinois' recent LEED Gold p
February 18,2014

The U.S. Green Building Council has released its ranking of the Top 10 States for LEED, the world’s most widely used and recognized green building...

February 17,2014

The Green Building Initiative™ (GBI) announced today that between Feb. 13 and April 15 it will provide free access to its online certification...

February 14,2014

Vendor-neutral publication examines aspects of the popular power usage effectiveness (PUE) metric.

February 14,2014

Mill Junction will house up to 370 students and is supported by 50-year-old grain silos.

February 13,2014

The bunker, which sat empty for over 60 years after WWII, now uses sustainable technology and will provide power to about 4,000 homes.

February 06,2014

The space, backed by The Elijah Interfaith Institute, is meant to "bring about world-changing peace and harmony."

February 04,2014

The Bechtel Environmental Classroom utilizes solar power, composting toilets, and an energy recovery system, among other sustainable strategies,...

February 04,2014

Architect Christian Salvati's new structure is just the first step in bringing shipping container construction to New Haven, Conn.

Kansas City is among the metros participating in the new City Energy Project, an
January 30,2014

Organizers say combined initiative could cut as much climate-change pollution as generated by 1 million cars every year, and lower energy bills by...

Yale School of Management, Edward P. Evans Hall. All images: Foster + Partners.
January 24,2014

Edward P. Evans Hall, the new home of the Yale School of Management, has opened for business. The 242,000-sf facility was designed by Foster +...