By: Janet H. Thomas, RID May 1, 2013 marked the opening of the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, Texas. Home to the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum and the Bush Institute and sited on the campus of … read more
By: Julie Knight Asset Network for Education Worldwide, Inc. or ANEW, is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that provides other companies alternative ways to give their surplus furniture and equipment to other organizations in order to avoid landfills. Essentially, ANEW has … read more
By: Janet H. Thomas, RID Biophilia – the innately emotional affiliation of human beings to other living organisms…Life around us exceeds in beauty and complexity anything else humanity is likely to encounter by Edward O. Wilson from The Biophilia Hypothesis. Biophilic … read more
By: Jill Mendoza So what will buildings look like in 2050? For most of us 2050 is far enough off we may not be thinking much about it but folks like Joel Kotkin, author of “The Next Hundred Million, American … read more
Sustainable Buildings, Carbon Trade & Public Policy – What direction will Indiana’s “Sustainable Future” take?
By: Jill Mendoza Last year, November 14th 2012, the USGBC, US Green Building Council, Greenbuild International Conference and Expo was held in San Francisco. USGBC’s choice of conference location, San Francisco, was perfect because the city has been a leader … read more