Bangkok is Sinking. Here's How a New Park Can Protect the City From Flooding

Bangkok is Sinking. Here's How a New Park Can Protect the City From Flooding

To help the city combat the effects of climate change, Thai landscape architect Kotchakorn Voraakhom has created a public park in Bangkok designed to withstand frequent flooding.

The Home of the Future Isn’t Smart—It’s ‘Living’ and Green

The Home of the Future Isn’t Smart—It’s ‘Living’ and Green

Armstrong is advocating for installing complex biological systems that can recycle wastewater and generate electricity, among other services, into our living spaces.

How Cities are Driving Growth in the Green Roofing Market

How Cities are Driving Growth in the Green Roofing Market

Here in the U.S., the demand for green roofing solutions is growing for homeowners, business owners, and developers. Many major cities have adopted specific ordinances requiring green roofing on new buildings to assist in the battle against climate change.

Springfield Pledges to Move to 100 Percent Renewable Energy

Springfield Pledges to Move to 100 Percent Renewable Energy

Being first to the finish line is rarely a bad thing, especially when that finish line means an environmentally friendly future.