More stories about USGBC

  • LEED v4 Passes Ballot, Will Launch This Fall

    After many months of debate and public comments, LEED Version 4 passes USGBC member ballot and will be launched this fall.

  • Research in Motion

    Advancing building performance.

  • Transparent Future

    Materials & Resources chair Malin discusses how transparency will permeate the world of building products, giving us nutrition-label-like sustainability data on everything we use.

  • The Vision 2020 Team

    We want to extend our appreciation to the following people and organizations for their support and guidance in this year’s research

  • Regenerative Housing by 2020

    Regenerative Design chair Bob Berkebile looks at how new directions in design are taking their cues from the past and leading us toward nurturing buildings, homes, and communities connected with nature.

  • ASID Creates Workshop on REGREEN Implementation

    REGREEN is a program from the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and the U.S. Green Building Council that provides third-party certification for green residential remodeling projects.

  • Well Rounded

    As hospital campuses grow, how can they simultaneously shrink their environmental footprints?

  • Biophilia Becomes a Design Standard

    The prevalent approach to sustainability is still missing a key ingredient: nature itself.

  • Product Review: Bamboo Flooring

    One of green building's 'poster-child' products, bamboo has come a long way from its roots. Take a look at the latest selection criteria and product options.

  • EHDA Merit Award: Salishan - Sal 7

    Phase seven of Tacoma Housing Authority's Salishan redevelopment achieves LEED-Platinum.