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SUSTAINABILITY FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW
Patients at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wisc., can now take advantage of a new rooftop healing garden and conservatory.
LEED legalities, California water reduction, and a sustainability series top this week’s green building news.
A LEED Gold certified house of worship and a college building are featured this week.
Save the planet -- one credit card purchase at a time.
Inmates at the Cedar Creek Corrections Center try their hand at saving the environment.
U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis discusses green jobs on the official White House blog.
Recycling shipping containers into new commercial buildings is an emerging green building trend. Soon Providence, R.I., will join the ranks of cities with recycled buildings.
Additional money from the Recovery Act will be targeted towards providing green jobs training.
The newest versions of the LEED checklists include priority credits that vary by region.
A Massachusetts organization is training workers for a different type of green collar job: Hazardous materials cleaning.
Farming has been declared one of the top 10 green jobs of the future, and college students across the U.S. are spending their summer interning at farms.
Although the company is on shaky ground due to the state of the world economy, they have reached the 100 LEED certified projects mark.
A LEED-CI project, a LEED-EB O&M building, and a celebrity cash infusion make this week’s roundup.
Business guru blogs about the latest in green biz.