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With Help from the Federal Government, Biobased Products are Proliferating
These three products are made of degradable, low-carbon bio-matter such as rice straw, sugarcane, and mycelium.
A Case for a More Literal Architecture
By moving away from processes of abstraction, writes Kiel Moe, we might arrive at a clearer picture of the terrestrial web of life that supports architecture.
Lighting’s Dark Secret: Embodied Carbon in the LED Industry
Energy-efficient LEDs have a fat carbon footprint. The Lighting industry is beginning to grapple with the amount of embodied carbon in its materials.
A Great Carbon Reckoning Comes to Architecture
Architects have finally begun taking a more nuanced approach to the carbon emitted by new buildings. Are they too late?