GLOBAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, STRATEGIES
JULY/AUGUST 2014CLICK TO ENTER
The best new green buildings are those
that challenge our ideas of conventional architecture—but don’t challenge the environment. Bioclimate architecture is seeing a 21st-century revival.
As California continues to experience the effects of climate change, the state’s green advocates push for increased resource efficiencies—and they are succeeding.
The architects and builders of the Department of Energy’s new Research Support Facility (RSF) in Golden, Colorado, discuss the techniques behind designing and building the world’s largest net-zero energy building.
Mural on the theme of global warming.
Group project by visual arts students in a design course at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada. The mural image is formed from 100 panels each measuring 12″ x 12.”
Artists: Mark Adams, Jon Baker, Devan Burry, Rachelle House, Gabrielle Hughes, Nick Hynes, Warren Jung, Heidi Lake, Heather McCarthy, Jill Murphy, Bailey Oake, Maria Penney, Amanda Power, Courteney Pritchett, Martine Robicheau, Krystal Stockley, Ellen Vickerson, Sarah Willett.
Oregon’s Hood River Middle School’s net-zero music and science building is growing the engineers of the future.
The University of Arizona campus takes the RainWorks Challenge.
With sustainability and community in mind, Gundersen Health System strives for zero energy this year.
Letter from our leaders
The San Diego Green Building Council matches volunteers seeking hands-on project experience with nonprofits.
Benchmarking continues to sign on new cities. How can you win yours over?
An interview with Jones Lang LaSalle’s Dan Probst on machine-to-machine technology.
Energy efficient technology.
International market briefs.