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Meijer’s commitment to sustainable building continues with a wind turbine project.
Starbuck’s coffee roasting plant in South Carolina is LEED Silver certified.
With a bevy of recent layoffs, environmental nonprofits are feeling the economic crunch.
Bracken Hendricks of the Center for American Progress defines green collar jobs.
The Qatar Green Building Council (QCBC) will promote sustainable building in this Persian Gulf nation.
Lend America has transitioned to a 100 percent paperless loan origination process.
The new Trane office building in San Antonio receives LEED-CI Silver certification.
Power Shift 2009 will gather youth leaders to discuss green jobs and other environmental issues.
The annual green building conference will take an in-depth look at a green-collar economy.
The arts center in Greensburg, Kansas, is the town’s first LEED certified building.
Many of the new buildings for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics were designed with sustainability in mind.
International real-estate firm Hines announces details of its Hines GREEN OFFICE program.
The “Bring Your Green to Work” program provides easy-to-implement green office tips to employees and companies.
One's underway, and one's nearly complete. And they have a lot in common.
PNC Bank has 55 LEED certified green buildings and plans to keep on going.
Eco-entrepreneur on politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Russell blogs about the day's top science and eco-news.