A new online platform, arc, announced at this year’s Greenbuild conference, will allow buildings to measure their energy performance against several green building rating systems, benchmark energy use against similar buildings, and make improvements. LEED-certified buildings can use arc to improve and benchmark against other certified buildings around them. Buildings that have not certified yet […]
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According to a recent report, soon to be released by Dodge Data & Analytics, green building continues to double every three years, with strongest acceleration in emerging economies, and clients and tenants worldwide are increasingly demanding sustainability – for both energy efficiency and occupant benefit. Preliminary results from the World Green Building Trends 2016 report, with […]
Several projects were honored at Greenbuild in November, including a LEED Platinum house built for under $100 per square foot, an affordable housing project named after General Colin Powell, and the most prolific LEED for Homes provider in the nation.
USGBC is now accepting proposals for Greenbuild | Next in 2011. The conference will focus on what lies ahead for green building.
USGBC announced the launch of its LEED Volume certification program, designed for use by high-volume property developers. It offers a streamlined approach to certifying large numbers of buildings in a short time frame.
Visit BASF’s booth at Greenbuild for a chance to test your green building knowledge against the experts, and maybe win a 16 GB iPad.
Greenbuild Expo 2010 is next week in Chicago. Get a preview of some of the notable events here, and follow Green Building Elements to get full coverage next week.
South African Anglican Archbishop and renowned anti-apartheid activist Desmond Tutu will give the keynote address at Greenbuild 2008, to be held in Boston on November 19 through 21. Tutu’s appearance marks a continuation of the US Green Building Council’s commitment to tie green building to world issues. Last year in Chicago, former President Bill Clinton […]