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Carbon Smart Building Day

Carbon Smart Building Day

The What: Carbon Smart Building Day is a conference for building professionals supporting the Global Climate Action Summit. Its purpose is to inspire you to lead the built environment toward Zero Net Carbon, and equip you with the latest tools, ...

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Italian Medical University Leads with Sustainability

Italian Medical University Leads with Sustainability

Italy-based Humanitas University has a mission to train globally minded healthcare professionals through state-of-the-art interactive teaching methods and close integration with its clinical and research community. Its recently completed green campus designed by Italian architect Filippo Taidelli of FTA Studio ...

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Cradle to Cradle Product Design Challenge

Cradle to Cradle Product Design Challenge

The winners of the sixth Cradle to Cradle Product Design Challenge have been announced by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute. This is the final competition in a series of six global Challenges, which invited designers, sustainability professionals and ...

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Webinar: Getting to Zero Energy

Webinar: Getting to Zero Energy

In case you missed New Building Institute’s webinar on Nothing Beats Zero – Updates on the Trends and Projects That Are Getting to Zero Energy, you can now view it online here. Zero energy (ZE) buildings are a tiny part ...

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ZNE Buildings Achievable in Every U.S. Climate Zone

ZNE Buildings Achievable in Every U.S. Climate Zone

Do ZNE buildings make sense in all climate zone types? Apparently they do, and have proven that it is possible to build successful ZNE buildings in every type of U.S. climate zone. New Buildings Institute recently released its 2018 Getting ...

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Living Future 18

Living Future 18

The What: In May 2018, a global community of changemakers will converge at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland to turn ideas into action! The Living Future unConference is the leading event in regenerative design. Join a community of changemakers. This year’s theme ...

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100% Natural Ventilation at Harvard’s HouseZero

100% Natural Ventilation at Harvard’s HouseZero

A pre-1940s-residential building situated in Harvard University’s campus is being renovated to inspire others on how old and conservative design can be altered to create an ultra-efficient facility with ambitious performance targets. The building, which is to be completed in ...

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Sonoma Academy Wins AIA CC Leading Edge Design Award

Sonoma Academy Wins AIA CC Leading Edge Design Award

Another win for Sonoma Academy – the school’s Janet Durgin Guild & Commons recently won an AIA CC Leading Edge Award which recognizes projects that speak to design excellence as well as sustainability and resiliency. This is on top of its ...

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