Projects across Canada to participate in green building pilot – Proud Green Building (press release) (registration) (blog)

May 19, 2017 Sixteen of Canada’s most innovative projects have been chosen to participate in a two-year pilot of the CaGBC’s Zero Carbon Building Standard, according to the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC). The standard, which assesses the carbon performance of commercial, institutional and multi-family buildings in Canada, will be formally released on May 29 […]

North Bay's biggest: 14 green building projects; 21 environmental consulting and engineering firms – North Bay Business Journal

The latest North Bay Business Journal research ( focuses on green building projects and environmental consulting and engineering firms. The Green Building Projects list is ranked by square footage of projects. The Environmental Consulting and Engineering Firms list is ranked by 2016 North Bay environmental billings, then by local employees. Detailed information from the lists […]

Portsmouth completes two solar energy projects –

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New incentive available for sustainable landscape projects – Fallbrook / Bonsall Villlage News

SAN DIEGO COUNTY – The San Diego Sustainable Landscapes Program partnership is offering a new grant-funded financial incentive for qualified participants who upgrade residential turf lawns to landscapes that provide multiple environmental benefits. Incentive recipients are required to comply with a set of rigorous design criteria that includes water-efficient plants and irrigation equipment, rainwater capture […]

Duke Energy wants to add green-energy projects in western North Carolina – News & Observer

Duke Energy said Monday it wants to add 400 megawatts of solar and other renewable energy in North Carolina, mainly in the regions west of Raleigh. A request for proposals by Duke Energy Carolinas, the utility that serves Charlotte and the western half of the state, will help it meet the state’s 2007 green-energy mandate. […]