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Cladding materials should be chosen to minimize environmental impacts and help maximize a building’s energy performance.
Product News & Reviews
With all organic fabric, natural latex, and wool fill, this upholstered furniture is one of the first lines to completely bypass added flame retardants.
Inventors of the WaterGrip growing medium say it supports near-miraculous growth—but do their claims hold as much water as their soil?
Green Building News
After years of anti-LEED lobbying, the American Chemistry Council says it wants to work to make LEED better.
Some lawmakers want government agencies to justify green building and change how they use certifications like LEED and Green Globes.
A new report says that mainstream environmental organizations claim they want to become more diverse but are resistant to including social justice in their missions.
Building codes could harmonize seamlessly with LEED certification as USGBC, ASHRAE, and ICC join forces.
GBCI will partner with Bureau Veritas to provide global support for LEED certification, with a focus on customer service and rigor.
From the Editors
Collaboration skills and sustainability concepts are being “elevated” by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB)—but it’s really a demotion.
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