U.S. Dept. of Energy Qualifies EnergyGauge Software for Calculating Tax Deduction
King County, Seattle Offering New Incentives for Green-Building Residential Projects
Single-family residential developers have a new way to "go green," thanks to a new incentive program from King County and the City of Seattle.
Natural Stone Council Forms Advisory Council to Support Building Green
The Natural Stone Council (NSC), a collaborative organization representing the stone industry's business and trade associations, today announced the formation of an Advisory Council to assist the NSC Committee on Sustainability.
Canada's New Government Invests in Renewable Energy for New Homes
Joe Preston, Member of Parliament for Elgin-Middlesex-London, on behalf of the Honourable Gary Lunn, Minister of Natural Resources, announced today that the Government will provide funding of
$40,000 over two years for a pilot project to incorporate renewable energy in new homes.
Perkins+Will Unveils Design of Georgia's First LEED-Silver Public High School
Perkins+Will, the world's leading sustainable architecture firm, designed Arabia Mountain High School in DeKalb County to be Georgia's first LEED-Silver public high school and what could be the prototypical public school of the future.
Harvard Communities Makes Solar the Standard in Stapleton
Harvard Communities, one of Colorado's most respected semi-custom homebuilders, announced that all Architect Collection homes in the Stapleton redevelopment will now come with photovoltaic (PV) solar power as a standard feature.
The Profiles Series Announces Special Edition on Green Building/Environmental Design
The Profiles Series announces the production of a special edition episode of its nationally broadcast television series focusing on the continued emergence of Green Architecture and how this environmentally friendly design concept will impact the lives of American's in this new century.
Green Building Design Competition: A First in Israel
The Ministry of Environmental Protection has launched a conceptual green building design competition.
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