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Some lawmakers want government agencies to justify green building and change how they use certifications like LEED and Green Globes.
After years of anti-LEED lobbying, the American Chemistry Council says it wants to work to make LEED better.
It might not have a “death ray,” but coal power kills millions of birds a year, a new report asserts.
Study shows how urban trees save millions in medical bills, using a new method to model smog concentrations.
Babies of mothers living in greener areas had higher birth weights in a new study—regardless of air quality, walkability, and other factors.
Long-banned toxic chemicals still contaminate building products and consumer goods thanks to a loophole in 1970s regulations.
All projects can achieve the lowest BREEAM rating for no additional cost if sustainability strategies are incorporated from the beginning.
The Devil is in your details, and he’s letting staggering amounts of energy escape.
Healthcare savings from better air quality would pay for proposed U.S. carbon emissions policies up to ten times over, a study finds.
Office plants make workers happier, which helps prevent the kind of disengagement that takes a toll on productivity, according a recent report.
Volume 23, Number 10