Green Progress
 

Green Building & Sustainable Development  RSS


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.


Green Building Design Competition: A First in Israel

The Ministry of Environmental Protection has launched a conceptual green building design competition.


Vail Resorts Announces Largest 'Green' Resort Village in North America

Vail Resorts today announced one of the most ambitious "green" development projects in the North American resort industry to date, to be called "Ever Vail".


Solar City Draws on Magnetic Input

Magnetic Island residents will receive an information package on the Solar City project in the next few months.


Portland's Aerial Tram Provides Catalyst for Nation's Largest Sustainable Development

An aerial tram has now officially opened to the public in Portland, connecting the city's new River Blocks neighborhood in the South Waterfront District to the main campus of Oregon Health & Science University -- the state's major research university.


San Diego Community a Model for Green Building

Del Sur, a new development of 2,500 homes, represents the next era of responsible community planning: an amenities-rich community built with environmental accountability.


Students Developing Cities Powered by Alternative Energy Sources

As Fort Wayne officials plan for the future of the city, 29 Indiana teams of seventh and eighth grade students plan their OWN cities of the future in preparation for the Indiana Regional Future City Competition.


Premier Power Helps KB Home Build Solar Community in California

Last year, California established itself as the nation's major player in the renewable energy market, enacting the largest solar policy ever in the United States.



[First] [Prev] page 3 of 5 [Next] [Last]






Suggest an Article for Green Progress






Green Progress :: Green Technology and Environmental Science News
Green Progress is an EcoMethods™ sustainability project. Copyright © 2005 - 2018 Green Progress. All rights reserved.