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Green building regulatory trends drive plastics use

The construction and operation of buildings has a significant impact on the environment. In the U.S., buildings account for 39 percent of total energy consumption and 38 percent of carbon dioxide emissions. Buildings also use a tremendous amount of natural resources to...

source: By Don Rosato
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13th Annual ULI Hines Competition is now accepting applications from graduate student teams for the 2015...

source: AIAS

Don't forget the deadline for the Call for Candidates is on Nov. 23! If you're a leader, apply today!

source: AIAS

Our dynamic duo is back at it again in typical awkward hilarious fashion. A lot of crucial information in this one. We're pretty much giving away Forum at this point!! P.S. you'll want to watch this one to the us!!

source: AIAS

Research by Purdue University has found that some types of plastic pipes leach chemicals into drinking water that can cause odors and sometimes exist at levels that may exceed health standards, once again raising the issue of transparency when it comes to green building...

source: Sourceable

The Paris City Council recently rejected plans for a new skyscraper on the city's 19th-century skyline, in an exceptionally bitter vote that embodies a larger debate over this city's image, and its future. The fight isn't over yet. The mayor immediately declared the vote...

source: The Associated Press via Finance & Commerce

Blaine Brownell, University of Minnesota associate professor and director of the school's Master of Architecture Program, explores the concept of visible green and how new sustainable materials may transform the environmental landscape.

source: EcoBuilding Pulse


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