The 2016 40 Under 40 competition is now open for entries!
Builders used energy-efficient windows in 90 percent of their projects. Photo: Scott Schram/Creative Commons.
Builders and architects plan to certify more high-performance homes, but there‘s a limit as to how green they will go.
Life at net zero suits New England couple
The system grades the sustainability of landscapes, including those of single-family homes and commercial properties as well as streetscapes and national parks
The two companies are joining to create a retrofitted net-zero energy, water, and waste research home near Purdue University in Indiana
Home Innovation Reserach Labs recently achieved a major milestone with its National Green Building Standard certification program.
Photo courtesy of Grow Community.
In wellness communities, homeowners can cut costs and feel less isolated
Photo: courtesy Mount Holyoke College
Taking energy-efficiency lessons from theory to practice by building a passive house
For the first time, industry professionals have the opportunity to be recognized across several awards programs for their green building accomplishments.
Four Oregon organizations come together to create “Net Hope—A Community Collaboration Supporting St. Charles Cancer Center and Zero Net Energy Homes.”
Team Austria’s first place house featured two patios to balance interior and exterior living.
Team Austria receives top honors at the 2013 Solar Decathlon.