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Why Condensation Appears

As humidity rises, condensation often appears at the frames of walk-in freezers and floors. But why does this happen? Condensation forms when warm, moist air comes...

Perkins+Will’s Gabrielle Bullock wants to make architecture more diverse

Growing up in New York City, Gabrielle Bullock, a principal at U.S. architecture firm Perkins+Will, saw firsthand the negative impact poorly designed housing projects...

Global construction waste to almost double by 2025

The volume of construction waste generated worldwide every year will nearly double to 2.2 billion tons by 2025, according to a report by Transparency...
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Watch: China Is Engineering The Biggest Project Yet To Force Rainfall

Equipped with new military weather-altering technology, China is embarking on its biggest rain-making project yet. The country plans to build tens of thousands of...

American Airlines Threatens Lawsuit Against Chicago Over Expansion to O’Hare Airport

American Airlines is threatening a lawsuit against the city of Chicago due to an alleged deal between the city and United Airlines as part...

Saving Millions with green, resilient design

 A new report stresses that making sustainability a de facto policy for U.S. cities would be a cost-effective design solution that could save millions....

DENVER’S NEW GREEN ROOF MANDATE

Recently, Denver passed a measure that is one of the most far-reaching and stringent requirements in the country for green roofs. The law requires...

The US’ Largest Timber Office Building Set Be Constructed

Plans for the US's largest mass timber office building have been revealed. Chosen for its environmental advantages, timber will allow the project to reduce...

Livable Cities pledge hopes to shape future of urban transit

15 leading technology and transportation companies announced the Shared Mobility Principles for Livable Cities, a voluntary set of rules and principles meant to help...

Ikea experimenting with furniture rental

In Japan, Ikea is testing a surprising new business models: renting out and buying back their own furniture. The buyback experiment is in part...