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Plans for North America's tallest living wall aim to improve local air quality in Dallas

Plans for North America's tallest living wall aim to improve local air quality in Dallas

A 26-storey tower in the US city that will feature 40,000 plants is estimated to capture 1,600 pounds of carbon dioxide annually.

Green building tool provides insight on smarter practices

Green building tool provides insight on smarter practices

Launched by the US Green Building Council and Skanska, Insight helps builders and designers to adopt smarter strategies and enables city leaders to track green building goals.

World's northernmost energy-positive building unveiled

World's northernmost energy-positive building unveiled

Powerhouse Brattørkaia aims to set a new standard for the construction of buildings by producing more energy than it consumes over its lifespan

C40 announces first 15 "beacons of sustainable design"

C40 announces first 15 "beacons of sustainable design"

Projects from Chicago, Madrid, Milan, Oslo, Paris and Reykjavik have been chosen in the first round of the organisation’s Reinventing Cities competition.

Bee'ah creates the office of the future

Bee'ah creates the office of the future

The sustainability solutions specialist is using AI and smart building technology from Microsoft and Johnson Controls for its cutting-edge headquarters in the UAE.

UK architectural firm claims global sustainability first

UK architectural firm claims global sustainability first

Bennetts Associates has become the first practice in the world to achieve approved Science Based Targets and commit to the UN’s Climate Neutral campaign.