CH2M Hill and Nature Conservancy Aim To Grow Green Infrastructure
CH2M Hill, a global engineering firm, and The Nature Conservancy, a nonprofit advocacy group, have announced a five-year collaboration to bring “environmental solutions into the global marketplace.”
Living Wall of Honor Remembers Women Killed in Conflict
At the Arlington National Cemetery, a new memorial has taken shape on the anniversary of Sept. 11. The Living Wall of Honor, made up of 1,000+ plants, was completed by visitors.
Newest Residence at Dalhousie University Will Have Green Roof
The green roof isn’t quite green yet, but the students have moved into the newest residence at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The installation of four living roofs is still underway.
Sustainable Buildings Canada Supports Habitat for Humanity
Sustainable Buildings Canada (SBC) is excited to announce a new charitable initiative at the 10th Annual Green Building Festival; a revenue sharing initiative that allocates 10% of all registration fees to Habitat for Humanity.
Rooftop Roots Grow Deeper at University of Iowa
Various flowers and plant life were installed Friday at the Seamans Center for the Engineering Arts and Sciences building at the University of Iowa, along the perimeter of the fourth floor's rooftop terrace.