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    BEHNISCH IN BOSTON

    With ever-rising energy prices, commercial tenants in office buildings have begun to consider the increasing cost of heating, cooling, and lighting their spaces as a "second rent." Savvy developers and architects are responding to their concern by making new buildings far more energy efficient than in the recent past.

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    GREEN BUILDING DOES PORTLAND

    "Welcome to Portland, the city that gets it," said U.S. Green Building Council president and CEO Rick Fedrizzi as he opened the 2004 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo. "I want you to think about what they've done here and take it back with you to your cities and towns."

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    PGA Aquifer Shield Elaborate — ENN, 2005.0222

    Kyocera Introduces Solar PV Module System — Kyocera press release, 2005.0222

    New Tool for Reducing Campus Greenhouse Gas Emissions — ENN, 2005.0221

    Making Recycling Work — Environmental Building News, 2005.0218

    Architects Key to Controlling Emissions — Canadian Architect, 2005.0217

    Engineering Firm Offsets Global Warming by Joining Climate Exchange — VHB press release, 2005.0216

    Sustainable Building Projects Vie for $2 Million Purse — EarthVision, 2005.0216

    New Integrated Design Lab Opens In Boise — BetterBricks Newsletter, 2005.0216

    Top Firm Will Design 'Green' FES Building — Yale Daily News, 2005.0215

    It's a Green Green World — Rocky Mountain Institute Newsletter, 2005.0214

    With Help from RMI, Texas Instruments Breaks New Ground — Rocky Mountain Institute Newsletter, 2005.0214

    UW Lays Plans for Area's First 'Green Building' — Daily Cardinal, 2005.0214

    Decathlon Heats Up Solar Awareness — AIArchitect, 2005.0214

    Environmentally Friendly Homes Save Money — Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 2005.0212

    Portland Considers 100% Renewables for City Government — Con.WEB, 2005.0211

    In KC's Building Boom, It's Getting Hipper to Be Green — Kansas City Business Journal, 2005.0210

    Nanogel Named Best Product for Energy Savings at Bau 2005 — Cabot Corporation press release, 2005.0208

    On Science, Creativity, Pride, and PVC — Healthy Building News, 2005.0207

    Builidng a Reputation — St. Paul Pioneer Press, 2005.0206

    The Kids Are Alright in Green Housing Competition — MetropolisMag, 2005.0204

    GreenSpec Reflects Significant Changes in Criteria — BuildingGreen.com, 2005.0201

    Getting a Grip on Green — Health Facilities Management, 2005.0201

    California Consultant Not Crying over Spilt Gas — ENR, 2005.0201

    GSA Study Examines Costs for Greening Federal Buildings — Green Building News, 2005.0112

    Ohio Store Becomes First LEED Supermarket — Green Building News, 2005.0112

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