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Does Green Automatically Mean Best Practice?
As green building education grows, expectations and standards may be more variable than is ideal throughout the sector.
Sustainable Community Space
Washington, DC's Canal Park sets new benchmarks for sustainable public spaces while remaining culturally sensitive.
Another Decade Before Green Goes Mainstream?
An esteemed architect predicts that in 10 years, green building will finally become the global industry standard.
New Yorkers Warned Against Fake Building Contractors
Residents of New York and elsewhere are being warned about phoney building contractors in the wake of Hurricane...
Architecture In LA Reaches Net Zero
Los Angeles has joined the cutting edge in green design with the development of the city's first-ever net...
Hurricane Sandy Sustainable Redevelopment Plan Unveiled
Internationally acclaimed non-profit design team Architecture for Humanity has unveiled the first redevelopment plan after Hurricane Sandy.
How Green is LEED?
Reports in the US suggest LEED is used by developers to gain millions in tax breaks while delivering...
Rebuild Set to Start After Hurricane Sandy
The damage bought about by Hurricane Sandy was enormous. The rebuild will take an enormous effort.
US Interior Design Students Learn From Natural Disaster Design
Interior design students from Baylor University have been tasked with creating a 400-square-foot disaster relief dwelling.
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