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While using timber construction to save the environment sounds counterintuitive, an increasing number of timber buildings constructed in the United States in the last few…View More Can Wood be a Green Building Material?
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Our coastal communities and ecosystems are an important part of life on Earth. Not only do our coastlines provide a home to 10% of the…View More The Risk of Coastal Erosion and How to Help Your Community – Guest Post
Humans have long imagined futuristic floating cities, but are they really a possibility given the many technological advances of the modern era? “With the world’s…View More Could Floating Cities Really Work?