Green Roofs Supported by Zeppelin

Green Roofs Supported by Zeppelin

The green roof initiative was adopted by Denver voters last month by an 8.6 percent margin. It was widely opposed by Denver’s development community, with Zeppelin being the most high-profile exception.

How Vertical Gardens are Greening Europe’s Cities

How Vertical Gardens are Greening Europe’s Cities

A growing number of living walls around Europe are helping to make the busy urban centers of its cities that little bit greener.

Green Stormwater Infrastructure Success in Milwaukee

Green Stormwater Infrastructure Success in Milwaukee

The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) is using green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) to meet an ambitious goal to capture, absorb and store 740 Million Gallons of water EVERY TIME IT RAINS. The project is called Fresh Coast 740.

Will Denver's New Green Roof Law Catch On in Other Cities?

Will Denver's New Green Roof Law Catch On in Other Cities?

Denver isn't the first city to pass a green roof law, but its grassroots push for sustainability could help spark a national movement.

Microsoft’s New SV Campus Aims for Maximum Green

Microsoft’s New SV Campus Aims for Maximum Green

The major facility now under construction could be the first tech campus to achieve net zero, non-potable water use. Moreover, the buildings will be designed to meet LEED Platinum certification and will feature solar panels, a "living" roof and more.