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Flame retardants in upholstered furniture are easier to avoid under new rules, but they’re not gone. Here’s how to navigate the changing landscape.
Green Building News
Rebranded as thinkstep, the life-cycle assessment firm PE International promises a new platform to integrate product data and more.
The design of Google’s green headquarters hinges on new technologies, like a “glass fabric” enclosure.
After just over a year at the helm of the Green Building Initiative (GBI), Jerry Yudelson has made a sudden exit, with an old hand stepping back up to lead.
Overly complex loop designs and controls limit the commercial applicability of ground-source heat pumps. A new guide shows a better way.
“Modified atmosphere insulation” technology may be able to rival the performance of vacuum insulation panels at a more affordable price.
Researchers unlock the secret of eternal youth for glass and cement by studying optimal pressure during manufacturing.
Lighting, windows, or the chiller? Choosing a retrofit package is all the more tricky when dollar and carbon ROI are at odds.
Product News & Reviews
ILFI is challenging companies to make a product with a positive “handprint” rather than a “footprint.” And it has to be affordable.
Thermal breaks can be pricey and may affect structural integrity. Aerolon is a non-structural alternative designed to have similar benefits.
Can you identify which toxic chemicals listed on an HPD probably can’t hurt you?