- 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.
The seven characteristics or "states" for cities that show how the sustainability of cities and business are inextricably linked.
The European capitals are among a handful of towns that can serve as models for the smart cities that will be needed as urban dwellers grow to 70 percent of the global population in coming decades...
Cushman & Wakefield provides drill-down information on why San Francisco emerged as the top market for green building opportunities in the U.S. for two years in a row.
Though the French Quarter and Bourbon Street are booming, as much as 40 percent of eastern New Orleans is vacant. Six years after Katrina, work continues to revive the community.
With the coming new year, eight U.S. cities will get free help from sustainable building and development experts who'll take a fresh look at the towns through a green lens.
The third year of the company's efforts shows further savings and growth as it develops ways to manage energy use across large portfolios of buildings.
A study just issued by the Urban Land Institute confirms what many of us living in California already know -- sprawl has had its heyday, and more and more people are choosing to live closer to...
Kohl's Department Stores is latest retailer to launch a pilot program that will provide charging stations for customers' electric cars.
In partnership with the Carbon Disclosure Project, Autodesk unveils an interactive map of the cities around the world that are trying to fight climate change in the CDP Cities program.
How are cities dealing with the potentially toxic runoff from normal rainfall? It turns out that some cities are much more forward-thinking than others.
The "Rooftops to Rivers II" report looks at how cities use smart infrastructure to manage polluted stormwater runoff.
GreenBiz.com's fourth annual Green Buildings Market & Impact report finds continued growth in certified green buildings, especially overseas, as the business benefits of green buildings become...
Just how well are LEED-certified buildings doing in making real-world environmental and energy improvements?
Energy efficiency is one of the most popular first steps to take when addressing corporate energy footprints, for the simple reason that small investments can produce big results.
What's the potential of the cloud to change building design? A recent webcast offered a high-level view of the opportunities, current struggles and ways in which vendors are trying to...
Despite facing anemic conditions in its two key markets, Johnson Controls earned record revenues in its 2011 fiscal year, and expects green to continue to drive growth next year and beyond.
Is the new, updated PACE program announced by the Carbon War Room today, which aims to unleash a wave of investment in commercial property retrofits, too good to be true?
Singapore teams with Panasonic to create Asia's first test bed in public housing for technology that's designed to provide total energy solutions.
The world has come a long way from some of the hippie dreams of the 1970s, although the far-out ideas for creating sustainable spaces to live and work in are rapidly becoming reality.
All the environmental, economic and operational benefits that you have heard about from green buildings only barely scratch the surface of what's possible with a high performance building. Here's...