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Gregg Gordon’s one color silk screen collage of the many famous sites and imagery from one of the oldest cities in the United States: Boston. Since founding GIGART in 1996, Gregg Gordon’s artwork has been seen on TV, featured in magazines and newspaper publications, and utilized as an integral part of a number of national ad campaigns and concert merchandising efforts.
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Social equity and sustainable development are the driving forces behind the Dudley Neighborhood Community Land Trust.
Projects implementing LEED are poised to leverage the shared advantages of complementary rating systems.
Investment banks bridge the gap and help fund the future of climate-resilient infrastructure.
President and CEO, USGBC & GBCI
Kohler’s innovative ways to treat wastewater in developing nations.
A look at COP 23 and action items to combat climate change.
Q & A with Dr. Atyia Martin, CEM Chief Resilience Officer, Mayor’s Office of Resilience and Racial Equity
DC’s first LEED Gold restaurant honors the farm-to-table concept with a design that is both natural and sophisticated.
Organic grapes plus LEED construction makes for a final glass that both tastes good and you can feel good about drinking.