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Published on September 26, 2013 Written by Samantha Wittchen Posted in Greenbuild

If you build it, they will play.

And if you build it on the grounds of a turn-of-the-20th-century playground located in one of the world’s largest urban parks, they’ll do so much more. 

They’ll engage with nature in a way that’s often difficult in the concrete jungle of a city. They’ll use their...

Published on September 25, 2013 Written by Anonymous Posted in Greenbuild

In the recent couple of centuries, the greatest gap has been between the industrialized and the non-industrialized countries. Over the last two to three decades, that gap has been shrinking dramatically, and now the poor countries are growing much more rapidly than the wealthier countries. The big global story is how much progress there has...

Published on September 17, 2013 Written by Joseph Hergert Posted in Greenbuild

As almost any conference-goer will tell you, it’s all about the swag at tradeshows. And the prizes.

Year after year Greenbuild delivers on both, with an environmental twist (of course). Our always-popular Passport to Prizes game is our way of making sure our...

Published on September 10, 2013 Written by Anonymous Posted in Greenbuild

Although today’s buildings last 100+ years, many of them can’t effectively be used by a large portion of our population. And so the time has come to expand our definition of sustainable design!

The Greenbuild 2013 session, “...

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