Living Building Challenge founder Jason McLennan leads a tour of his family’s new home, Heron Hall on Bainbridge Island, Wash.
Foundations are expected to use tax-advantaged resources to advance the public good. So shouldn’t they manage real-estate investments more sustainably?
The International Living Future Institute’s reboot of its Net Zero Energy program is more than a name change. It establishes NZE’s replacement — Zero Energy Building Certification— as the sole standard for an achievement that’s increasingly common among high-performance buildings.
Todd Mowinski, Erin English, Marc Brune, Dennis Creech, Alissa Kingsley, Jimmy Mitchell, Jim Nicolow, Diane Ives and Ken Edelstein on Living Future 2017.
Nine green building professionals and advocates were honored last week as Living Future Heroes for their role in helping to move the Living Building Challenge forward.
International Living Future CEO Amanda Sturgeon announces Net Zero changes, Microsoft petals registration, Kellert Award, and more building certifications.
An American Institute for Architecture Committee on the Environment report finds “common traits” among firms that have won multiple COTE Top Ten Awards.
A roadmap to energy use intensity in buildings.
The only fully certified Living Building in the Southeast has been singled out for a special recognition among this year’s American Institute of Architects Committee on The Environment “Top Ten” projects.
The Kendeda Fund is teaming up with the Southeast Sustainability Directors Network to offer grants “to local partnerships to advance local government policy, plans, or programs that will create equitable and sustainable energy and/or water initiatives.”