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Bob Berkebile Joins the International Living Future Institute

The accomplished architect and preservationist will work part-time as a senior strategic adviser, focusing on ILFI's Living Product and Living Community challenges. More

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Blacklisted from the NYC Department of Buildings, a Former Architect Tries His Hand at Green Development

As one of today’s most notorious designers in New York, Robert Scarano, Jr., claims that he has reformed his filing practices. But is his newfound evangelization of sustainable design a convenient cover for business as usual? More

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Get Caught Up on Green Building Rating Systems

You may know the forthcoming LEED v4 inside and out, but other green building certification programs are pushing the industry forward as well. More

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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. More

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Living Building Challenge wins 2012 Buckminster Fuller Challenge

The green-building program wins the $100,000 prize to further develop and scale its work. More

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Harsh Climate, Tight Budget

The winner of the Living Aleutian Home Design Competition applies Living Building Challenge metrics in a remote, 61-person town on Alaska's Aleutian Islands. More

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GSA Approves Three Green-Building Certification Systems for Use

Green Globes and the Living Building Challenge join LEED in passing the GSA’s review for use in federal projects, an increase from just LEED in 2007. More

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2011 Evergreen Awards On the Boards Winner

The Bullitt Center in Seattle, by the Miller Hull Partnership. More

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First Living Building Challenge Projects Certified

Three projects have met the requirements of one of the most rigorous green building performance programs. More

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