by Katie Valentine Posted on September 22, 2014
The plan is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from buildings by the equivalent of about 3.4 million metric tons of carbon dioxide.
by Ari Phillips Posted on July 14, 2014 Updated: July 14, 2014
Two very large and very different edifices in distant parts of the world are nearing construction.
by Andrew Breiner Posted on June 18, 2014
North America’s tallest modern all-wood building is nearing completion in Prince George, British Columbia, but it might not hold that high rank for long.
by Mike Rivera Posted on April 23, 2014
A recently released Princeton Review book found 330 higher learning institutions in the United States to be "green" after extensive data gathering.
by Jeff Spross Posted on February 11, 2014
But the results were varied enough that, depending on circumstances and tastes, green roofs could still be preferable.
by Ari Phillips Posted on December 18, 2013 Updated: December 18, 2013
Los Angeles is the first major city to require all new and refurbished homes to have cool roofs, which reflect light.
by Joanna M. Foster Posted on November 6, 2013
For the third year, Massachusetts has taken the crown for most energy efficient state in an annual scorecard released Wednesday.
by Jeff Spross Posted on October 23, 2013
The Natural Resources Defense Council studied an upgrade of three buildings in downtown D.C., and found big energy and cost savings.
by John Halpin - Guest Contributor Posted on March 21, 2013 Updated: March 21, 2013
by Climate Guest Contributor Posted on March 14, 2013