Here's how an urban institution can receive large-scale solar power affordably.
Healthy, sustainable environments increase productivity.
Here's an update on conflict minerals reporting, a portrait of small companies' biggest climate fears, and insight into sustainable product planning.
Envision, a sustainability rating system for public works projects, gives tools to civil engineers and planners.
We are on the cusp of the Internet of Buildings. How will the players already in this space adapt?
Here's why flying robots have plenty of potential in agriculture, infrastructure monitoring and conservation.
Greening one building at a time is just a start. Here's what leaders in design and architecture envisioned at last week's UnConference in Portland.
Climate visualization tools are coming online to drive public support for climate adaptation measures. The maker of one such tool explains the potential.
The "Previewing the possible for smart cities" series continues with a hard look at where we live, where we work and how to get where we need to go.
The founder of the green building movement shares how he views the industry he helped create, and his wish list for what needs to happen next.
Thanks to real estate investment trusts, improving the energy performance of almost any commercial building could improve your retirement.
What's the next step for building smarter cities? The sustainability head of the chemicals and coatings company explains.
Whether setting targets or making green products alluring, here's what business leaders can learn from the hits of the automotive industry.
Here's a closer look at the GRESB, a sustainability "nutritional label" for real estate investments, from its director.
These cities are leading the way when it comes to the EPA's energy efficiency rankings.
A just-announced collaboration between the Green Building Certification Institute and the Well Building Institute seeks to marry health, wellness and sustainability in the built environment....
The architect, author and CSO believes it's time embrace the relationship between shape and sustainability, form and performance.
Debates about indoor air are fierce — and an opportunity for the building, construction and cleaning industries to serve consumers better.
From Mexico City's smog-eating hospital to Milan's vertical forest, these urban structures use nature to boost air quality and save energy.
Groundbreaking provisions aim to cut utility bills for landlords and tenants while reducing carbon emissions.