BuildingGreen


BuildingGreen, Inc. (www.BuildingGreen.com) is an independent company committed to providing accurate, unbiased, and timely information designed to help building-industry professionals and policy makers improve the environmental performance, and reduce the adverse impacts, of buildings. We offer both print and electronic resources to help you design and build construction projects from a whole-systems perspective and take an integrated design approach that minimizes ecological impact and maximizes economic performance. We are the publishers of Environmental Building News.


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Articles:
Seattle Grocery Store Earns LEED Gold
FEMA Investigates Emergency Housing Air Quality
Newer Fluorescents Have Less Mercury, But Recycling Continues to Lag
Long Island Town Requires LEED Certification
Philips Introduces Lower Mercury Fluorescent Lamps
How They Work: Ground-Source Heat Pumps, Tapping the Earth's Mass
New Product: Fencing Made From Ag Fiber And Recycled Plastic
Light-Emitting Diodes: Chasing White Light
House of Representatives Plans To Go Carbon Neutral
In Depth: Antimicrobial Chemicals in Buildings - Hygiene or Harm?
Making Carpet Environmentally Friendly
First Platinum Medical Center Opens
Cooling From The Sun: SunChiller
Phoenix Solar Tank Does it All — Efficiently
Prefabricating Green: Building Environmentally Friendly Houses Off Site
When It's Greener To Build
Study: Replace Older Woodstoves For Indoor Air Quality
Going Beyond Formaldehyde Binders in Manufactured Wood Products
Wisconsin Leopold Center Earns LEED Platinum
California Fire Codes Put Focus on Plastic Decking Concerns
Thermal Mass: What It Is and When It Improves Comfort
LEED Delivers on Predicted Energy Savings
Energy Metrics: Btus, Watts, and Kilowatt-Hours
Sustainable Urbanism
LEED Delivers on Predicted Energy Savings
Kansas Town Rebuilding as the Greenest in America
Homes Get Their Own LEED
IPCC Looks To Building Sector For Cutting C02 Fastest
BuildingGreen Announces 2007 Top-10 Products
California Funds Solar Water Heating Systems
German Team Wins Solar Decathlon
Gifts for grown-ups: Natural, organic and non-toxic ideas
California to Require Net-Zero-Energy Buildings
Revolutionary Vacuum Glass Coming from Guardian
A Low-Emissivity Coating That Really Works
Top Ten Green Projects of 2008 Announced
Next Generation of LEED Out for Public Comment
USGBC to Outsource LEED Certification
Fears Grow with Polycarbonate Chemical Bisphenol-A
CO2 and Other Greenhouse Gases
Utility-Scale Solar Thermal Growing Fast
Green Cleaning Required in LEED for Existing Buildings
Regulations Demanding Actual Data Are Leapfrogging LEED
California Sets Up Toxic Chemicals Registry
LEED Projects Doubled in 2008
The Folly of Building-Integrated Wind
Industry Agrees to Phase Out DecaBDE Flame Retardant
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