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What Makes the Building Envelope Green? BuildingGreen’s Guide to Thermal & Moisture Protection Products
From insulation to flashing tape to cladding, we look at the attributes of the greenest building envelope products.
Product News & Reviews
These transformative products replace greenhouse gases, save water, and change how we view HVAC equipment.
Tracking materials is standard practice at David Edward, giving the company an edge in a market where transparency is a priority.
Green Building News
Option 3 of the LEED v4 Material Ingredients credit rewards manufacturers for chemical management up the supply chain.
The Quartz Project opens up Pharos and GaBi intelligence to the public, combining the formats of HPDs and EPDs into one tool.
A new report estimates the economic impact of LEED and green construction to date and predicts a trajectory of growth.
The DOE releases a definition of zero energy buildings that it hopes will be adopted industry-wide.
McLennan will focus on his own practice after a decade as head of the International Living Future Institute.
From the Editors
Material transparency can work best as part of existing standards manufacturers already follow.
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