• Here's a quick overview of Building Information Modeling and its potential for transforming the built environment. At the end of the blog is a link to Pauley Creative's lat...
  • By Doug Gatlin This blog post first appeared on the US Green Building Council website. Are you an architect? A facilities manager? A building owner? How about a professiona...
  • Some thoughts on sustainability and colour... We live in a visual world. A wide-awake, 24/7, immediate and highly colourful world. There’s a constant bombardment of informa...
  • The Urban Land Institute in partnership with Cambridge University, the UK Green Building Council, Low Carbon Workplace and 2degrees are conducting a survey of UK commercial...
  • Activity in green housing refurbishments is growing rapidly in the US in response to the economic climate and a fall in new home construction. According to research by McGr...
  • This blog post first appeared on rory bergin's blog While the photovoltaic (PV) market lurches from good to bad, like a lonely drunk, there are some issues that are a cons...
  • With the possible exception of Scandinavia, most countries in the developed world face significant challenges in getting consumers to proactively choose low or zero carbon ...
  • From the 24th– 31st March, up to 20 cleantech companies will be selected to attend the Clean and Cool Mission 2012 in San Francisco, where they will showcase their unique t...
  • You might have heard on the New York High Line, a public park built on a disused 1930s rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. Well now there’s an ev...
  • In the same week that the UK government published plans to cut subsidies for solar energy generation, so scientists announce a breakthrough that could see a dramatic improv...
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