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Case Study: Florida Concrete Home Is Ultra Strong and Energy Efficient by Design

Coastal home, certified by the Florida Green Building Coalition, combines a strong shell, fashionable interiors, and location-smart design. More

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Tips for Creating the Not So Big House

Architect Sarah Susanka advocates for “rightsizing” the American home. More

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Lights Out

The recession is taking its toll on an unassuming bystander: street lighting. Across the U.S., cities and towns, from Dennis, Mass., to Santa Rosa, Calif., are having to make difficult choices in the face of drastically reduced or even nonexistent operating budgets: namely, light or no light. More

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Case Study: ANSI-Emerald Remodel Transforms 70-Year-Old Phoenix Home

The Elm Street remodel is part of Green Street's ongoing effort to revitalize areas along the city's new light rail system. More

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Video: Award-Winning Phoenix Developer Offers Tips for Successful Green Remodeling

Philip Beere, recently named NAHB’s Green Remodeling Advocate of the Year, finds success transforming foreclosures into efficient, healthy remodels. More

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The Week in Green: May 8-14

A roundup of green building news including product introductions from Lightfair 2010 and the NAHB Green Building Conference, and reaction to the proposed Climate Bill. More

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Cincinnati AIA Compares LEED and NGBS

The first-ever comparison of the two national green building rating systems finds common ground as well as differences. More

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Cincinnati AIA Compares LEED and NGBS

The first-ever comparison of the two national green building rating systems finds common ground as well as differences. More

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Case Study: Pittsburgh Mixed-Use Project Combines Preservationist and Sustainability Practices

The Market at Fifth mixed-use renovation project accomplished a feat few others have: meeting the standards of the National Historic Register as well as those of LEED-NC. More

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Greensburg Update: Sustainable Buildings Rise From Rubble

A Kansas town destroyed by a tornado continues its quest toward eco-conscious rebuilding. More

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