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A+ Session: A Conversation with National Resource Defense Council’s Jason Babbie

As the senior director of strategy and operations at the National Resources Defense Council’s Healthy People and Thriving Communities Program, Jason Babbie works to make cities part of the answer to climate change. Wanda Lau, editor of technology, practice, and products for ARCHITECT, speaks to Babbie about why adapting is the key to prosperity and health. More

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Get in Early and Tap Into Emotions

Hanley Wood Sustainability Council members Philip Henderson and Paul Torcellini discuss how to change the conversation around energy efficiency and cost effectiveness. More

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Industry Divided Over Proposed Energy Legislation

Architecture and energy efficiency organizations weigh in on the latest version of... More

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Industry Divided Over Proposed Energy Legislation

Architecture and energy efficiency organizations weigh in on the latest version of the Shaheen-Portman bill, which could become the first piece of significant energy legislation passed by Congress in seven years. More

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Are We At a Pivotal Point in Energy Efficiency Financing?

The NRDC's Philip Henderson talks about the challenges and developments in sustainable building valuation and financing. More

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Can Green Infrastructure Make Neighborhoods Safer and Wallets Thicker?

Green infrastructure such as vegetated roofs, open parks, and permeable pavement can lead to higher rents, increased retail sales, reduced utility bills, and reduced crime, among other benefits, according to a new report from the NRDC. More

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Can Green Infrastructure Make Neighborhoods Safer and Wallets Thicker?

Green infrastructure such as vegetated roofs, open parks, and permeable pavement can lead to higher rents, increased retail sales, reduced utility bills, and reduced crime, among other benefits, according to a new report from the NRDC. More

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Can Green Infrastructure Make Neighborhoods Safer and Wallets Thicker?

Green infrastructure such as vegetated roofs, open parks, and permeable pavement can lead to higher rents, increased retail sales, reduced utility bills, and reduced crime, among other benefits, according to a new report from the NRDC. More

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Making Codes Easier to Meet

Proposed changes to the 2015 IECC could lead the way for greater energy code acceptance. More

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