Sustainability

How New Homes Can Stand Up to Disaster
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How New Homes Can Stand Up to Disaster

These state-of-the-art techniques keep your homes standing when floods, winds, and... More

New Polls Shows Hurdles to Cost Effective Green Infrastructure
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New Polls Shows Hurdles to Cost Effective Green Infrastructure

How much of this problem comes down to knowledge? More

Boston's Future Outlined in its 2030 Planning Report Could Be Climate Disaster
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Boston's Future Outlined in its 2030 Planning Report Could Be Climate Disaster

A recently released planning report from the City of Boston shows officials plan... More

Home Innovation Research Labs Honors NGBS Partners
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Home Innovation Research Labs Honors NGBS Partners

The group is honoring 54 residential builders and developers who partnered with... More

Considerations For Building a Healthy Home
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Considerations For Building a Healthy Home

In a letter to a reader, this expert offers key tips to building a healthy home to... More

Philly Non-Profit Demo Crew Trains New Workers, Salvages Old Building Materials
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Philly Non-Profit Demo Crew Trains New Workers, Salvages Old Building Materials

The Philadelphia Community Corps is creating jobs and recycling materials,... More

Traditional Building Material Helped A Chilean Island Survive a Massive Earthquake
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Traditional Building Material Helped A Chilean Island Survive a Massive Earthquake

The building materials used for homes on an island off of Chile helped them... More

This Net Zero, Passive House and LEED Platinum-Certified Home Was Built by Students
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This Net Zero, Passive House and LEED Platinum-Certified Home Was Built by Students

Kansas University's Studio 804 designed and built East Lawrence Passive House, a... More

The Business Case of Constant, Big Change
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The Business Case of Constant, Big Change

Lennar CEO, Stuart Miller, discusses how to support front-end costs of innovation... More

The U.S. Cities with the Strongest Sustainability Programs
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The U.S. Cities with the Strongest Sustainability Programs

Seattle tops the list, followed by Winter Park, Fla., Philadelphia, and Berkeley,... More

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