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.
Two-hundred-thirty-nine scientists call on WHO and other bodies to recognize and mitigate COVID-19 airborne transmission. This could carry major implications for buildings.
Amazon did a rare deed for a corporate sponsor. It gave naming rights to a cause — Climate Pledge Arena — rather than brand. Shouldn’t that be celebrated?
Whether its known as electrolyzed water, ECA or hypochlorous acid, a non-toxic disinfectant is getting a boost during the COVID-19 pandemic
Toxicologists and healthy building advocates are raising concerns about an overemphasis on disinfectants as a silver bullet in the fight against coronavirus in indoor spaces.
The push to reduce the embodied carbon from materials used in construction may finally be over-coming an enormous, longstanding hurdle.
Public health guidelines are downplaying the role that building systems should play in stemming the spread of COVID-19, many architects, engineers and scientists are warning.