Renewable Energy

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Dropping LEED

Baltimore, one of the first U.S. cities to mandate LEED, has switched to the International Green Construction Code 2012 as an overlay to the city's building, fire, and related codes. More

U.S. Green Building Council Names ORCO Block & Hardscape Most Sustainable Manufacturer
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U.S. Green Building Council Names ORCO Block & Hardscape Most Sustainable Manufacturer

The concrete masonry product manufacturer was recognized for its sustainable... More

Center for Design Research
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Center for Design Research

The Center for Design Research is a response to the emerging culture and support... More

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Green cities more financially stable

SustainLane Announces Annual U.S. City Rankings More

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Showcase: "Sustainable Beauty"
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“Green” Fireplaces

Contrary to popular belief, they fit quite nicely into the sustainable movement. More

Green Makes Green
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Green Makes Green

This recent Greenbuild Conference & Expo in Chicago, which showcased green... More

Sustainable Design and Natural Stone
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Sustainable Design and Natural Stone

Too often, sustainable design is equated to earning LEED points on a project. But... More

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Soaking up the Sun: Trombe Walls and Solar Gain

The Trombe wall utilizes passive solar to effect energy savings in sun-filled climates. More

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