At last week's Living Future conference, engineers and architects discussed designing and operating buildings that achieve net zero energy use.
Implementing a measurement and verification plan is essential to meet facility sustainability goals.
Smart, connected buildings currently promise more than they can deliver, at least if we don't pass the baton properly from design teams to operations teams.
Everyone has a role to play in making and using building products make without unhealthy chemicals.
How the education sector has doubled its green share in four years can give us a glimpse at what a mature green building market looks like.
The maker of intelligent sensor technology that increases energy efficiency in buildings has raised $20 million in its latest round of funding.
In a pilot project, PNC has built a net zero bank branch and plans to expand efforts to 12 other branches this year.
Since 2008, Harvard's Office for Sustainability has unified the campus around its ambitious set of sustainability goals.
A new report argues that green building can play a key role in tackling climate change and resource conservation issues.
New addition to offer thought leadership for a series of VERGE conferences.
Usually known for ultra-modern buildings, Frank Gehry takes modern to a new level -- with a landscaped roof -- with his second green-roofed building in the United States.
The drugstore chain builds its first net-zero retail store.
Architects have a historic opportunity to transform the ever-growing built environment's impact for the better.
As it doubles the size of its headquarters, Google is using green touches like a huge green roof and radiant heating.
Using integrated design criteria and performance standards, the school has cut energy use by 50-plus percent.
A new report on the buildings of the future includes vertical farms and robots.
A new green-property index promises to put portfolio managers under the microscope.
Next-generation buildings will target occupants and the amount of energy consumed by plug-in devices, experts say.
A new approach is needed to meet sustainability goals in today's matrix of buildings, cities and utilities.
The San Francisco Bay Area is already a trailblazer, so it's not surprising the area might be the most likely to withstand a disaster arising from climate change in the U.S.