Before reading any further, go ahead and bookmark this site—ecobuildingpulse.com—as we’re sure you’ll return repeatedly for the latest green-building news, products, projects, technology, and more. The new online home of ECOHOME and ECO-STRUCTURE magazines, ECOBUILDINGPulse.com seeks to meet the needs of the brands’ readers—architects, builders, contractors, developers, facility managers, remodelers and other allied green-building professionals—on a 24/7 basis through a breadth of dynamic online resources.

We’ve taken the idea of an integrated design process—which is critical to the success of a green-building project—and used it as a basis for this new site, which unites the previously separate online components of ECOHOME and ECO-STRUCTURE. ECOBUILDINGPulse.com is an integrated, interactive forum to help you keep tabs on the pulse of the green-building industry via interactions with residential and commercial green-building professionals alike. There’s something for everyone at every level of green building: You can dig in as deep as needed in specific areas or just browse through the latest product offerings. 

Go ahead and surf around our new home. The newest content will always be at the top of the homepage, and you’ll see it is a mix of industry news, videos, project case studies, product reviews and trends, education opportunities, and more. Alongside daily updates, you’ll still find archived stories and the trust-worthy content of ECOHOME and ECO-STRUCTURE, not to mention the added expertise of Hanley Wood’s EcoBuilding University continuing education platform. And you’ll notice many opportunities for reader interaction. We encourage you to comment on, tweet, share, like, and email interesting tidbits.

Want to stay in the loop throughout the week when you can’t visit the site? Be sure to sign up for our new ECOBUILDINGPulse email newsletter, which delivers the industry’s top stories to your inbox twice a week. Click here to sign up.

ECOBUILDINGPulse.com site seeks to provide readers with a  a one-stop shop for not only staying in touch with industry developments, but also with other residential and commercial building players charting the path to a brighter, more sustainable future. So, click around, take our pulse, and let us know what you think in the comments below.