Give Smarter Commutes the “Green” Light

Give Smarter Commutes the “Green” Light

Nearly every sizeable city in the United States struggles with clogged arteries. It’s a sea of traffic signals, brake lights and all-around urban sprawl. The roads in and out of town stack up during rush hour with smog-spewing traffic jams. Nobody enjoys sitting in traffic, so there is personal motivation to eliminate tie-ups. It saves [Read More]

9 Surprisingly Simple Ways to Build for Energy Savings

I recently attended a U.S. Green Building Council presentation where architect and professor emeritus Norbert Lechner,  a noted Fulbright senior specialist and energy expert, presented his thoughts on the field of efficient building energy design and sustainability, a topic often considered the foundation of green philosophy. I learned that reduced energy goals are in many [Read More]