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September 21,2010
A new report from Pike Research forecasts that by 2020, nearly half the green building certifications will be for existing buildings—accounting for...
September 13,2010

The 162,000-sf living/learning complex includes a residence hall with 122 units for 459 students with a study center on the ground level and...

September 13,2010

A larger, more efficient, and supergreen border crossing facility is planned for the San Ysidro (Calif.) Port of Entry to better handle the more...

August 11,2010
BD+C Senior Editor Jay Schneider is currently taking a tour of Germany's most sustainable buildings. One of the projects he visited was the...
August 11,2010
The American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) has been awarded $1.5 million dollars in grant money from the...
August 11,2010
The Green Building Initiative (GBI) recently certified its 100th building in the U.S. through the Green Globes environmental assessment and rating...
August 11,2010
Minneapolis Public Housing Authority and Honeywell today announced a $33.6-million energy efficiency and facility renewal program that will help the...
August 11,2010
David Owen is a staff writer at The New Yorker and the author of 14 books, most recently Green Metropolis: Why Living Smaller, Living Closer, and...
August 11,2010
In the wake of an extended global economic slump, local communities are pushing ahead and expanding their green building programs. More than one in...
August 11,2010
4 Strategies for Integrating Buildings into Experiential Learning