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Green Building Set to Equal Half of U.S. Construction By 2016

Green Building Set to Equal Half of U.S. Construction By 2016

A new report from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED in Motion: People and Progress, details green building’s exponential growth and outlines both the value of the industry and its reach into American lives. The report is the first of three LEED in Motion summaries planned for release in 2013, and it reveals yet […] Read more

Ancient Japanese tombs inspire nendo’s first public space design

Ancient Japanese tombs inspire nendo’s first public space design

Prolific Japanese studio nendo completed their first public space design that puts a playful and futuristic spin on its unlikely source or inspiration: ancient Japanese tombs. Located at Tenri Station in Japan’s Nara prefecture, the multipurpose public space is a 6,000-square-meter station plaza that includes amenities such as bicycle rentals, cafe... Read more

Things You Should Know About Wind Energy

Things You Should Know About Wind Energy

1. Wind is powering America. From utility-scale wind farms to small distributed wind applications to the nation’s first offshore wind project, the U.S. wind industry continued to grow in 2016. The U.S. Department of Energy recently published three reports breaking down the state of wind energy in 2016. From invigorating the U.S. economy to advancin... Read more

This Mega-Science Project Is Going A Mile Underground

The Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) is a project of superlatives. It will use the world’s most intense neutrino beam and largest neutrino detector to study the weirdest and most abundant matter particles in the universe. More than 800 scientists from close to 30 countries are working on the project to crack some long-unanswered question... Read more

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