Local policies to promote energy-efficient buildings continue to thrive despite prolonged economic downturn.
The city's new program, funded through property taxes, will allow San Diego homeowners to qualify for financing.
According to a new report from McGraw-Hill Construction, customer demands and regulatory pressures are driving green building construction.
The first-of-its-kind system in the United States has scheduled a grand opening for Nov. 18 at the Toland Road Sanitary Landfill in Santa Paula, Calif.
Houston, Dallas and Las Vegas top the list for most Energy Star homes.
Container nursery operations must follow laws in five states to limit water consumption but there is little data on woody ornamentals and efficient irrigation techniques.
Web presence, completed by Astralcom, incorporates visitor-centric calls-to-action, promotes conservation, and builds community around department 'brand'.
Rocky Mountain Institute's tool shows architects, engineers, and developers how much their building is contributing to greenhouse gas levels and reveals design targets to achieve carbon neutrality.
A price on carbon will increase incentives for efficiency and innovation, according to nearly all of the 144 economists who responded to NYU's Institute for Policy Integrity survey.
With the help of Autodesk Topobase software, an Australian water organization integrates its geographic information system and improves workflow.
Integrated gasification combined cycle process at Kern County plant will convert coal power to electricity and capture and sequester carbon dioxide in an adjacent oil field.
State standard called for machines to use only 6 gallons of water per cubic foot of capacity by 2010.
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology scientists have developed a lighter weight, longer lasting battery that could be made even more powerful and rechargeable.
USGS report credits efficiency, technology for lower water usage results.