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Sustainability in the Gulf? The Middle East has recently embraced sustainable design and green building materials in a big way.
For the 2014 World Cup, Brazil will roll out impressive facilities that could score LEED certification and add to its rich modern architecture legacy.
Two projects edging towards completion demonstrate the commitment within Qatar to become a leading solar energy hub.
While FIFA frets Brazil and its new or refurbished football stadiums are taking too long to finish and are not becoming completed on European time, the stubborn fact persists many of these 2014 World Cup venues will be cutting-edge architectural ...
The future of smart HVAC systems is critical to the American economy with the cost of resources, especially fossil fuels, set to rise in the coming years.
Salvador da Bahia's new Arena Fonte Nova is stunning with its bucolic setting on a lake in the middle of the city and its green building features.
Some highlights from Building A Sustainable Region, released last week, showcases various reasons why Chicago stands tall as a sustainable business hub.
Yesterday the Federal Trade Commission fined a home insulation marketer $350,000 for making unsubstantiated claims about the products' green credetials.
Msheireb in downtown Doha is bringing together the best talent within Qatar and beyond to build the most sustainable structures possible in the Middle East.
Qatar, the nation with the highest per capital carbon emissions has made great progress during 2012.
A giant of modernist architecture, Oscar Niemeyer passed away last night in a Rio de Janeiro hospital just 10 days shy of his 105th birthday.
Fresno would be a great host city for the 2026 Winter Olympics, and must get its act together to present a bid.