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More stories about Sustainability

  • North Carolina Moves to Sandbag LEED in Fight Over Lumber Sourcing

    Lumber interests are pushing to get North Carolina off the LEED bandwagon.

  • Brown Backlash: Kansas Moves To Prohibit Sustainability

    The Kansas legislature is considering a bill that would prevent state funds from being invested in any “sustainable” project.

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    A wood composite cladding material made in the U.S. with sustainable and recycled materials.

  • Why Sustainability Matters

    Have you been waiting to take the next STEP in your green AV initiative? Pretty soon, you'll have the tools necessary to ensure your users have energy-efficient systems.

  • Q&A with Allen Weidman, InfoComm International

    Here's how important sustainbility if to InfoComm and the pro AV community: InfoComm recently hired a dedicated sustainability officer. Read about how he's approaching his job.

  • Installing a Green Roof

    Interlocking pre-grown panels add little dead load to the roof.

  • Kroon Hall

    Kroon Hall, the new School of Forestry and & Environmental Studies at Yale sets a new and modern standard for sustainability on campus.

  • Bloomington-Normal, Ill.

    Despite the recession, there are shovels at the ready and cranes in the air around Bloomington and Normal, which are pushing green design.

  • The Elusive Mr. Ambasz

    Despite having had a MoMA curatorship at 25 and a host of acclaimed buildings and products designs, architect Emilio Ambasz remains a mystery.

  • Transparent Technology

    The Kresge Foundation supports green building in a big way. The 82-year-old organization dispenses grants from its $3 billion in assets toward the capital campaigns of other nonprofits to advance the well-being of humanity.