Our migration to more sustainable buildings is an evolving process that requires a consistent combination of goals, results and critiques.
The UK's largest living wall was unveiled this week, not only brightening up the streets but also helping to reduce urban flooding. GreenBiz.
The urban roof gardens aim to increase city sustainability and engage employees, writes Tass Mavrogordato, Guardian.
Seattle's Bullitt Center goes way beyond LEED certification. It has entirely zero impact, from rainwater harvesting to composting toilets. FastCo.
The White House Council on Environmental Quality & Office of Management and Budget released sustainability scorecards on green building. DesignBuild.
All forest certification standards are not equal. Corey Brinkema sets the record straight.
The Bullitt Center on Capitol Hill in Seattle, dubbed the greenest commercial building in the world, is open for business.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company unveils its global Corporate Social Responsibility program, 'Community Footprints', in the region. The FINANCIAL.
New Green Building certification expands access for companies. Nikos Avlonas of CSE reports on Talkback.
PlanetReuse reduces the million of tons of US construction waste generated annually by connecting consumers, designers and builders with reclaimed building materials.
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