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The Necessity of Green Standards | Jumping the Green Gun
How can we label planned green developments buildings as the next big green thing before they have even...
Does Japan Have The World’s Least CO2-Emitting Building?
According to contractor Shimizu Corporation, the new headquarters it opened in Tokyo open this week stands as the...
French Eco Resort Puts The Fun Back Into Green Building
Les Villages Nature, France’s first major eco resort, demonstrates how going green can be fun.
Green Gateway to the Pilbara?
The Pilbara is synonymous with industry, energy and economy, but a new development may now link it with...
Solar Powered Cooling to Beat the Heat at World Cup Stadium
While construction on the World Cup Stadium in Qatar is set to start in 2013, the development team...
Olympic Park Adds a Little Green While Aiming for Gold
Post-games, London's Olympic Park is set to be transformed into a 8,000 carbon zero homed neighbourhood.
The Glass Is Half Full for Carbon Neutral Skyscrapers
In the latest in solar technology, the old adage ‘the glass if half full’ is more than just...
Bringing BedZED to Australia
In an industry that is undertaking a green evolution, carbon zero communities are often seen as the Mount...
How Artificial Organics Are Changing Architecture
Traditionally, artificial has some rather negative connotations. However, with the aid of the green building sector, artificial is...
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