Selecting the greenest products doesn’t do any good unless strong specifications support your choices. Here’s some language you can use.
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The technological challenges for high performance, vacuum-insulated glazing may have finally been surpassed, but the results are still under wraps.
The carbon that’s emitted when we produce materials and construct our buildings is finally getting the attention it deserves.
A closer look to just how energy efficient an old dehumidifier really is, and how well an upgrade stacks up.
The accumulation of dust, pollen, and bird droppings affects the energy production of a PV array. This blog post looks into how important cleaning of solar panels really is.
Learn how to find products for LEED and WELL projects in this webinar.
Can we put to bed the corrosion concerns with this insulation?
Reducing your building’s carbon footprint or health impacts? Going after new LEED credits? Transparency documents for steel studs can help.
Mean radiant temperature, a major component of thermal comfort, is easy to measure.
There is increasing movement for buildings to reach net-zero energy, but they can't do it alone. Here's how to fix the system.
A basement testing of UGL Drylok Extreme, Koster NB1 Grey, Xypex Concentrate negative-side waterproofing
BuildingGreen’s president, Nadav Malin, recently received the Honorary AIA designation. We sat down with him to talk about it.
Why and how do buildings fail? In this quick video, Paula Melton and Peter Yost discuss what they learned in the process of writing their feature article “How Buildings Fail Their Users.”
X-Floc claims the blowing equipment they use delivers cellulose at a more consistent density, and they were willing to prove it with this demonstration.
What does sustainable design literacy mean, and how can firms develop knowledge that leads to action? Here are three places to start.