Sustainable Architects

Asia Gearing Up for Green Building Construction Boom

The demand for green offices and buildings with energy efficiency systems is on the rise in Asia.

Office Depot Becomes the First General Retailer to Reduce Energy Usage by More Than 20%

Office Depot is ranked as an Energy Star Leader for lowering its energy consumption by 27.5% throughout its buildings.

LA Tops Energy Star Rankings for Third Consecutive Year

Los Angeles outperforms every other city in the United States with 510 Energy Star rated buildings in 2010.

Earthquake in Japan: Time to Re-think Nuclear Power Plant Building Standards

The Japan earthquake has turned the focus on building earthquake-proof nuclear power plants for a sustainable planet.

Building Green: FedEx Shows the Way

FedEx has been consistently working towards creating energy-efficient and environment-friendly building facilities.

P&G Leads from the Front with a New Commitment to LEED Certification

P&G has reaffirmed its commitment to global sustainability with its plans to pursue LEED certification for all sites.

The Explosive Power of Video as a Human Rights Tool

Videos are becoming an explosive tool for human rights worldwide because of their ability to overcome basic barriers.

EPA E-Waste Bust; Responsibility, Design and Laws To Blame

A recent EPA e-waste bust highlights the need for extended producer responsibility, good design, and law.

Zero Carbon Homes from Morris Homes UK to Open a New Chapter in Green Housing

Zero Carbon Housing is one of the major initiatives towards sustainable global development.

Corporate Green Real Estate Goes Fast

With half of corporate real estate executives willing to pay more for "green" locations, the market is growing.


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