gbNYC recaps the 2008 Greenbuild conference in Boston with an eye on some important issues that weren’t discussed in enough detail.
Not to be outdone by the green efforts of this year’s World Series champions, the New England Patriots have announced that they’ve signed a four-year agreement to purchase renewable energy credits to completely offset their game day electrical use at Gillette Stadium, whose regular consumption is enough to power 2,269 homes for a day. The […]
I want to clarify a recent post I wrote about Boston’s green building legislation, which now applies to public and private development of more than 50,000 square feet, that was erroneous (in part from a confusing article along with some poor research on the part of yours truly- my apologies). Titled “Green Buildings,” Article 37 […]
Another day and another U.S. city is on the cusp of implementing green building legislation. All projects, public or private, of 50,000 square feet or more in Boston will be required to meet a city-developed green building standard. The new regulations will take effect in January after the public has an opportunity to comment and […]