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EnvironDesign Notebook

06/01/2008

The words, "shopping responsibly" take on a whole new meaning when the environment comes into play.

By Keri Luly, LEED AP

05/01/2008

Making improvements in production is vital but we can't forget about the post-consumption phase.

By Keri Luly, LEED AP

04/01/2008

Assessing the sustainability of products and materials is trending toward a quantitative approach.

By Carol Derby

03/01/2008

Clarifying and demystifying product emissions testing.

By Keri Luly, LEED AP

01/01/2008

Continuing the discussion about how chemicals impact our health and what we can do about it.

By Keri Luly, LEED AP

10/01/2007

A clarification of the terminology surrounding synthetic and organic chemicals and a closer look at how they affect the built environment.

09/01/2007

By Scot Case

Greenwashing is still prevalent and savvy purchasers should know how to spot environmental claims that are meaningless. 

07/01/2007

By Keri Luly, LEED AP

One landmark Chicago building is taking steps necessary to achieve LEED certification.

06/01/2007

By Keri Luly

A closer look at the benefits, complexities and limitations surrounding Life Cycle Assessment.

05/15/2007
By Heather Clark

Whether it's a lack of knowledge in the industry or a lack of motivation to change, the full potential of sustainable furniture has not been recognized.

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