Reducing your building’s carbon footprint or health impacts? Going after new LEED credits? Anne Hicks Harney explains why transparency documents for steel studs can help. Read more »
Urban agriculture provides more than food. One study says expanding it could generate a lot of value for both cities and the globe. Read more »
Carpet installed in public projects must be Cradle to Cradle certified and meet other specifications for health and sustainability. Read more »
Supporters hope a new law will increase tall wood construction in the state. Read more »
In Chattanooga and Baltimore, green building skills are coming to those of lesser means. Read more »
This year’s AIA COTE winning projects combine small ecological footprints with big social benefits. Read more »
Materials Transparency & LEED WEBCAST
In this 50-minute webcast, BuildingGreen President Nadav Malin will show you which LEED v4 Materials & Resources (MR) credits your project can easily achieve, and what you need to know to get them. Read more »
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2018 AIA COTE Top Ten
This year’s AIA COTE winning projects combine small ecological footprints with big social benefits.
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