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Monumental Core Framework Plan
The Framework Plan builds on the extraordinary assets of Washington, D.C., to address the social, cultural, economic, and environmental needs of the 21st century. The Framework Plan aims to create locations for future cultural destinations, introduce a mix of uses, revitalize stagnant areas, establish a new “eco-district,” and transform the Washington experience.
National Capital Planning Commission and the US Commission of Fine Arts
A conversation with Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Kolbert on the subject of the health of our planet.
Eco-Conscious real estate developer EYA builds homes for the betterment of all.
The Metro Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority of Monrovia, California, adopts sustainable design principals despite the seemingly limited options./p>
A look at green building adoption in Chicago, New York, and Washington, D.C.
Letter from our leaders
A food bank, plus a demonstration garden, plus an outdoor classroom equals a recipe for feeding the capital’s hungry.
Q & A with Kevin Kampschroer, GSA chief sustainability officer and senior climate change adaption official; federal director, office of federal high-performance green buildings.