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01 November, 2013

Four Reasons NOT to Attempt LEED EBOM Certification | Newman Consulting Group, LLC

Climate Science: A Sensitive Matter. The climate may be heating up less in response to greenhouse-gas emissions than was once thought. But that does not mean the problem is going away. | The Economist

Second Chances. Three old industrial buildings get a new lease on life when a storefront, a firehouse, and a factory are remade into great places to live. | Builder magazine

Downtowns: What’s Behind America’s Most Surprising Real Estate Boom,  | Forbes

World Water Day: Five simple water saving strategies, | U.S. Green Building Council

Engineers, architects ensure new uses for old structures as the demand for this kind of work will continue to grow, | Finance & Commerce

Smart parking: A launchpad for intelligent transportation. Efforts in this direction could provide a solid start for more comprehensive intelligent transportation systems. |

The fourth in a series of Studio4 Green Lifestyles Collection booklets. A Homeowners Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your Home

Are BPA Substitutes Just as Harmful?  While the negative effects of BPA exposure are now widely accepted, there now appears to be an equally serious problem.

The coming age of Life Cycle Assessment? A large part of green building and sustainability is Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) cradle-to-grave, or cradle-to-cradle (CoC), costs.

Germany’s Wind Power Chaos should be a warning to the UK.

Can Thailand avoid becoming a modern-day Atlantis?  Last year, Thailand suffered historic floods. Forcasts suggest parts of the capital could be under water by 2030. Is the country prepared?

Finally! Understanding spider-web design could help build stronger buildings.


The 9 Oddest Job Interview Questions Asked at Tech Companies in 2011 - Tough thought provoking questions from Google and Microsoft. Mashable Business

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