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No More Natural Gas Allowed in New Buildings in NYC

New York City approves the gas ban in residential and commercial buildings, set to start in December 2023 and 2027 in large buildings.
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Australia’s First-Ever Passive Housing Project Is Ready

Following the well-established “Passive House” movement started from Europe, Australia’s first-ever passive housing project is ready to welcome residents.
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New “Smart-Roof Coating” Can Save Energy All Year Round

Scientists have developed a new smart roof coating that can keep your house warm in winter and cool in summer without the need for...
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World Green Building Council Fights Against Global Warming

The World Green Building Council released an update to their commitment to reach the Paris Agreement goal and limit global warming.
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Zero Energy Ready Homes for Net-Zero Energy Bills

From innovative building materials to local manufacture and renewable-energy systems, Zero Energy Ready Homes are the gold standard of sustainable living.
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Could Paint Really Be A Solution For Carbon Capture?

Kukbong Kim, a design graduate came up with a new formula for indoor and outdoor paint made of recycled concrete that absorbs 20% of...
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German Architect Pushes Clay for Sustainable Buildings

Anna Heringer, a German architect proposed clay as a sustainable building material alternative in the 27th World Congress of Architects.
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A Green Transformation For Paris

Paris to redesign one of its oldest parks called Bois de Vincennes. Project managers reveal that it will be called the Garden City of...
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Near Zero Energy Building Project Launched For Next Olympics

Architectural firm SOM wins the contract to design the sustainable 2026 Milano Cortina Winter Olympics village with near-zero energy building design principle.
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Strive for Zero Carbon: Competition-Winning Urban Developments in European Cities

C40 Cities, a global organization with 97 member cities, announces the urban development design winners that implement innovative ways of eliminating carbon.
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