It’s been a long, hard slog. But a California startup is on the cusp of manufacturing a rice-straw-based product that could mark the beginning of a reversal in the role that buildings play in climate change.
Covid-19 is changing building designs. One potential shift: more porches, green roofs and operable windows.
Grid-integrated buildings are emerging as a way for owners to cut energy, save money and out-compete less forward-thinking competitors.
What will the new administration mean for green buildings? What priorities did the president-elect identify, and what opportunities do they present to advance regenerative design?
Increased utility competition could create a windfall for both Southeastern consumers and the environment, according to a new analysis. But will the region take advantage of it?
It shouldn’t be a surprise that the Epsten Group now occupies the first Petal-certified Living Building Challenge project in metro Atlanta.
The International Living Future Institute is seeking project teams to serve as pilot projects on its Framework for Affordable Housing,
“Zero carbon” buildings have hit the mainstream. The International Living Future Institute’s Zero Carbon Conference is designed to build on that momentum.
The future of the office has become an open question after the coronavirus lockdown. Will office workers flock back to their cubicles? Or will employees want to hold on to their newfound freedom and flexibility?
If any organization was nimble enough to leapfrog the race to build the world’s first certified Living Community, it had to be the Ecology School.