Earlier this week, PERI released its Toxic 100 Air Polluters, and surprisingly, coal, oil, and gas companies weren’t among the top five.
In the future, skyscrapers could double as air filters and biofuel generation plants.
Retailers and hotel owners realize that green building makes good business sense.
Designers say limiting fossil fuel use will aid quick healing for those who have been ill or injured.
The three winning design entries for 2013 have a distinctly lighter-than-air feel, but they were designed to help ameliorate some weighty environmental issues.
The District of Columbia recently announced the ‘Sustainable DC Plan’–a 20-year road map to make “D.C. the greenest, healthiest, and most livable city in the U.S.”
A look at some green building designs for large communities that caught our attention in recent months and may (or may not) become reality in the next several years.
Researchers from Concordia University have found that one building can suck up the polluted air exhausted by another — but don’t have to, given a few changes.
Ever wondered which states really deliver a breath of fresh air? See who made the top ten in a recent ranking.
Indoor air can be quite polluted, sometimes even worse than the air outside. Is a “clean room” grade filtration system the answer?