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Sustainability

More Golf Homes Are Taking a Swing at Sustainability

Some homeowners enjoy their lake house, others have their cabin in Aspen, and some enjoy golf homes.

Award-Winning Projects

Homes LEEDing the Way to Sustainability and Resiliency

Winners of the U.S. Green Building Council's 2020 LEED Homes Awards for single-family residential projects

Resilient Construction

3 Ways to Use Building Codes to Slow Climate Change 

Architects, builders, manufacturers, and inspectors have a role to play in improving energy efficiency and resiliency through building codes

Indoor Air Quality

Breathe Easier—Healthy Homes Go Mainstream

Healthy homes have been on the fringe for years but now appear poised for the mainstream. Here’s how to deliver (and sell) next-level indoor air quality

Government + Policy

A Tale of Two Missouri Cities Reveals State’s Divide in Energy Policy

Kansas City and St. Louis may be in the same state, but the two Missouri cities couldn’t be further apart when it comes to energy policy.

Solar

New Material Could Raise Efficiency of Solar Panels  

A new crystalline material called perovskite could boost the ability of solar panels to create electrical energy from sunlight.

Healthy Homes

Net Zero Energy: The Ultimate Z.E.N. Home's Indoor Air Quality System

The Ultimate Zero Energy Now Home stretches the boundaries of a fully integrated indoor air quality system to address health concerns

Sustainability

Architectural Reuse Council Will Step Up Efforts to Reuse Construction Waste  

The Architectural Reuse Council (ARC) was recently formed to maximize building material diversion and reuse.

Sustainability

Is Cross-Laminated Timber Really a Green Solution?  

Cross-laminated timber (CLT), is touted as a more sustainable option for building construction than concrete and steel. But is it really?

Sustainability

Cross-Laminated Timber Construction Touted as Affordable, Green

Cross-laminated timber (CLT) and other mass timber products are considered greener than concrete and steel, primarily because the carbon emissions

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