Continuing Education credits for AIA, GBCI, and ILFI

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  • Net-Zero Water and More: Moving Beyond “Low Flow”
    May 5, 2014

    Feature Article

    These emerging water strategies are finding momentum and filling the need to address efficiency and resilience on multiple scales.

  • Go with the Flows: The Promise and Peril of Hygrothermal Modeling
    April 2, 2014

    Feature Article

    Tools modeling heat and moisture flows in building envelopes, such as WUFI, offer vital information for architects and engineers-but their misuse can do harm.

  • Building as an Organism: Understanding the Integrative Process Credit in LEED v4 Projects
    March 18, 2014

    Webcast

    What does integrative process mean in practice? In this webcast, John Boecker—a LEED Fellow who was intimately involved in writing LEED v4's Integrative Process credit—walks you through what the IP credit means...how to take advantage of its opportunities…and engage in a process that yields far better building performance than conventional means.

  • How to Build Green At No Added Cost
    March 3, 2014

    Feature Article

    Avoiding cost premiums on green projects is not only possible: it's a good idea, focusing design teams on simple, effective designs that can deliver savings for years to come.

  • The PVC Debate: A Fresh Look
    February 3, 2014

    Feature Article

    PVC is banned by some green building programs and simply reviled by some groups. How did we get here, and has anything changed since vinyl became the enemy?

  • Designing for Future Weather
    February 1, 2014

    Webcast

    If you practice "climate-responsive" design using features such as natural ventilation, daylighting and rainwater harvesting, then you're well ahead of the curve. But what climate are you designing for? This webcast assembles three top experts working on new tools to help navigate the design dilemmas we are facing today as a result of tomorrow's climate uncertainty.

  • Innovative Products and Technology from the Greenbuild Expo
    December 30, 2013

    Feature Article

    Our product editors pick some winners from the expo floor at Greenbuild 2013 while raising questions about some materials.

  • Green Design: What’s Love Got to Do with It?
    December 2, 2013

    Feature Article

    Beauty, place-making, and even love are motivating many green designers, who see these values complementing core sustainability tenets.

  • Resilient Design: 7 Lessons from Early Adopters
    November 1, 2013

    Feature Article

    As storms reveal weaknesses in our built environment, some project teams have adopted more robust, durable principles.

  • Toxic Chemicals in Buildings: How to Find & Avoid the Worst Offenders
    October 4, 2013

    Webcast

    As a building professional, your clients look to you to help them make solid, science-based decisions about even more complex products and materials. Decisions about a school, a multifamily building, or a commercial office space can affect a lot of people. Do you have enough information to answer the questions of concerned clients? There are no easy answers to any of these questions, but we do know how to identify and eliminate some of the worst hazards from our buildings. In the webcast, we'll take a look at some successful strategies.