Why is there still traffic in 2015, and what can be done to fix it?
As the world deals with quakes, storms, waves and eruptions, builders realize that surviving and thriving after these threats are key components of sustainability.
In a sign of acceptance of green building practices, the existing commercial space being retrofitted to LEED standards now exceeds that of new construction.
A lawsuit challenges the claims of the nation’s foremost green building effort — the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED certification) program.
Studies suggest the greenest building is the one already built — a pleasing message for historic preservationists.
Law professor Robert Benson — part of the panel that offered Frank Gehry the first big commission to draw international attention to his architecture in 1979 — talks to the world-class architect about the benefits of “creative play.”
Well-ventilated buildings could be the ‘lungs of the city,’ supplying filtered air at street level to help people breathe easier, experts say.
National contestants chosen by the EPA vow to slim down their energy "waste lines."
Demonstration farm in rural California draws attention with its crop of unique building experiments.