Local policies to promote energy-efficient buildings continue to thrive despite prolonged economic downturn.
According to a new report from McGraw-Hill Construction, customer demands and regulatory pressures are driving green building construction.
The Energy Trust of Oregon and Efficiency New Brunswick have added Advanced Buildings, a suite of tools and resources on best practices in energy-efficient, high performance building design.
DOL and others are drafting recommendations, which include developing an energy performance label for existing homes and allowing the cost of retrofits to be added to a homeowner's property tax bill.
EPA recognizes Calpine Corp., Mass. Corrections Department, Equity Office Properties and Patterson Farms.
Agreement, stimulus funds should help District of Columbia advance its environmental priorities.
Kenyan trust and financing company hope to develop a new business model for sustainable development.
Rider Levett Bucknall is offering free training on new environmental initiatives to government entities.
Foundation focuses only on environment this year, with 10 recipients each receiving $100,000.
Everblue has established counseling services to help unemployed workers pay for and pass their LEED Green Associate Exam and will assist them in exploring job options.
Standards groups highlight the critical role of standards and conformity assessment programs for environmental stewardship.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency gives an accounting of its American Recovery and Reinvestment Act obligations to the state of California, 200 days after the measure became law.
New initiative for analysis methodology development will be shared with LEED building owners and project teams.
Habitat for Humanity affiliates that build homes to green standards can receive up to $5,000 through an expansion of the Partners in Sustainable Building program.