A Texas study finds roofop solar offering peak-demand benefits to utilities – especially from systems that face west, not south.
Texas policymakers searching for ways to curb energy use across their rapidly growing state might want to examine efforts in their capital city.
Cities that are pro-active about energy-efficiency enjoy a healthier environment and growing economy.
LEED-HC is a special program designed to increase efficiency and healing properties in health care facilities.
Located on an old brownfield site, Austin’s Edgeland House is a gesture towards healing old environmental wounds and merging of modern and traditional designs.
A plan has been unveiled that calls for a a network of gondolas over Austin that would give pedestrians and cyclists a series of “shortcuts” around the city.
The Texas Tribune reports on how Austin, Texas, despite being a green hub, is still also a growing oil and gas one as well.
In Austin, a stretch of Waller Creek will soon be revitalized via a series of mini-parks and bridges designed to make a positive contribution to city life.
In a region where severe storms alternate with long periods of drought, a green roof can be both a boon and a challenge — but not an insurmountable one.
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