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Cladding materials should be chosen to minimize environmental impacts and help maximize a building’s energy performance.
Green Building News
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.
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.
A new report argues that the White House’s little-known Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs is a lobbyist’s dream.
Punch in a zip code and get instant data on the local electrical grid, potential for renewables, utility costs, and more.
Member organizations of the International Union of Architects have unanimously adopted the 2050 Imperative.
This leading textbook emphasizes preliminary design strategies to reduce energy loads with a new intent of preparing architects for net-zero design.
A free resource outlines basic moisture-management practices for design, construction, and maintenance of both homes and commercial buildings.
New workshops open to firefighters in New York cover how to safely navigate and disable roof-mounted solar systems.
The first HPD verified through NSF’s third-party program is for PVC-free, biobased corner guards from Alpar.
Product News & Reviews
Inventors of the WaterGrip growing medium say it supports near-miraculous growth—but do their claims hold as much water as their soil?
With all organic fabric, natural latex, and wool fill, this upholstered furniture is one of the first lines to completely bypass added flame retardants.
Faced with managing water vapor in buildings? Who isn’t? Put down that polyethylene and learn to talk like a building scientist.