The District of Columbia recently announced the ‘Sustainable DC Plan’–a 20-year road map to make “D.C. the greenest, healthiest, and most livable city in the U.S.”
The San Francisco 49ers, playing in tomorrow’s Super Bowl XLVII, may become the NFL’s new symbol of sustainability as their new stadium vies for LEED certification.
The UW Health Yahara Clinic in Monona, Wis., has managed to earn a rare LEED certification despite the high energy and water demands of providing medical care.
At Greenbuild last week, the Forest Stewardship awarded three projects that made extensive use of FSC-certified wood as driving the market for sustainability.
International Living Future Institute, in its EarthTechling debut, joins in on a chorus of criticism aimed at recent USA Today articles talking about the LEED green building system.
As governor, George Bush helped set off the Texas wind power boom, and now his LEED Platinum-bound presidential library is buying wind renewable energy certificates.
In Oregon, wineries are helping to preserve agricultural lands — and vintners, increasingly, are choosing green practices to craft that perfect Pinot Noir.