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The Greenest School On Earth is in Canada
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The Greenest School On Earth is in Canada

USGBC's Global Coalition for Green Schools recognized Dunbarton High School, in... Read more

Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens Unveils Second U.S. SEED Classroom
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Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens Unveils Second U.S....

The Pittsburgh site aims to host another Living Building Challenge–certified... Read more

Recap from the International Living Future Institute’s 2015 UnConference
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Recap from the International Living Future Institute’s 2015...

The organization launched a certification standard for products, announced a... Read more

This Week in Tech: Putting Out Fire with Sound, a Table Saw that Spares Your Fingers, and a Future for Graphene
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This Week in Tech: Putting Out Fire with Sound, a Table Saw...

Putting out fire with sound, a table saw that spares your fingers, a future for... Read more

A New Kind of Studio: Teaching Nature-Based Design to Architecture Students
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A New Kind of Studio: Teaching Nature-Based Design to...

A recent graduate design studio at the University of Minnesota's College of Design... Read more

Fighting for the Driver’s Seat
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Fighting for the Driver’s Seat

Architects are in a position to lead the conversation on sustainability, building... Read more

Using Additive Manufacturing to Build With Materials Sourced From the Jobsite
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Using Additive Manufacturing to Build With Materials Sourced...

Two firms, one in Italy and the other in California, are combining earthen... Read more

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Zaha Hadid Architects to Build Sustainable Bee’ah Headquarters Zaha Hadid Architects to Build Sustainable Bee’ah Headquarters

The Middle Eastern waste management company will source environmentally-conscious materials and integrate systems that are adapted to Sharjah’s climate. Read more

New UL Environment Report Examines the Efficacy of Green Product Claims
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New UL Environment Report Examines the Efficacy of Green...

A new report indicates that 70 percent of Americans are searching for greener... Read more

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The Plant Binder Lignin Could Replace Petroleum-Based Chemicals The Plant Binder Lignin Could Replace Petroleum-Based Chemicals

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison found a way to break down the sturdy bonds of a biomaterial that is typically classified as waste. Read more

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