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Despite the demand for all-glass apartments and condos, residents are finding huge downsides to large glass windows. A study found that blinds cover more than half the windows on more than 75 percent of buildings surveyed.
Sustainability is inherent to smart urban planning, design and construction, and machine-to-machine technologies are making cities greener.
ACEEE released the Local Energy Efficiency Self-Scoring Tool (Version 1.0 BETA) allowing people to score the energy efficiency policies in their own community and to compare them with other localities.
Architects and engineers must consider numerous factors in specifying air curtains, such as the opening’s dimensions, orientation and application.
The safety benefits of electrolyzed water make it an ideal cleaning and sanitizing system for use in high-risk contexts such as hospitals, healthcare facilities, food processing environments and more.
LED lighting technology available today can significantly decrease the maintenance required of municipalities and significantly decrease lifetime costs.
The Department of Energy (DoE), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and many other environmental programs and reserves considered nonessential will be closed for the foreseeable future. How will this affect the architect, engineer, LEED professional, construction worker and environmentalist?
The first Global Parking Industry Survey reveals innovative technology is globally viewed as top trend.
Eco-friendly, industrial, urban and bright are a few new trends for designers to consider within the restaurant and retail sector.
EDC's Green Product Buzz Guides bring you the latest in green building products and services from companies exhibiting at trade shows, including Greenbuild, the AIA Expo, Coverings, Surfaces and more.
Welcome to EDC's crossword puzzle. This puzzle was created specifically for the green building industry by Myles Mellor; all the clues and answers relate to industry terms. Click to view the interactive version of the puzzle that appeared in print. Or if you prefer, you'll find a PDF link to this month's puzzle and solution.