Green Building

The Path to Designing EcoMod, an Affordable and Energy-Efficient Housing Module
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The Path to Designing EcoMod, an Affordable and...

Nearly two years after winning ARCHITECT's R+D Award, architecture professor John... Read more

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Innovative Detail: Wood Innovation and Design Centre Innovative Detail: Wood Innovation and Design Centre

Michael Green Architecture has designed the world’s tallest timber structure for the city of Prince George, British Columbia. Read more

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Washington, D.C.'s Dunbar Senior High School Achieves LEED Platinum Washington, D.C.'s Dunbar Senior High School Achieves LEED Platinum

Designed by Perkins Eastman and Moody Nolan, the building received the highest number of points for a school certified under USGBC's LEED for Schools–New Construction system. Read more

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New Poll Finds Bipartisan Support for USGBC's LEED System New Poll Finds Bipartisan Support for USGBC's LEED System

A nationwide survey concluded that 79 percent of Republicans and 89 percent of Democrats endorse the use of the LEED rating system in buildings. Read more

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Annual Green Awards Launched to Recognize Sustainability in Cities Hosting AIA National Convention Annual Green Awards Launched to Recognize Sustainability in Cities Hosting AIA National Convention

The new awards program will recognize architecture firms leading the charge of incorporating sustainable building practices in their work. Read more

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San Diego Continuing Education's North City Campus Earns LEED Gold San Diego Continuing Education's North City Campus Earns LEED Gold

The $44.9 million facility, designed by Joseph Wong Design Associates, joins a host of education projects that are LEED certified or are on track for certification in the city. Read more

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USGBC Names its 2015 Board of Directors USGBC Names its 2015 Board of Directors

The new executive committee includes Marge Anderson, George Bandy, Fiona Cousins, Lisa Matthiessen, and Stuart Carron. Read more

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USGBC Extends LEED 2009 Registration Deadline USGBC Extends LEED 2009 Registration Deadline

The period during which teams can register projects under the existing standard will now close on Oct. 31, 2016. Read more

Energy Efficiency Goals + Building Science
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Energy Efficiency Goals + Building Science

In this Vision2020 presentation, Steven Winter, president of Steven Winter... Read more

In Green Building, Sunlight is for More Than Solar
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In Green Building, Sunlight is for More Than Solar

The importance of sunlight goes beyond green building and solar, it makes people... Read more

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