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High Tech High: Chula Vista, CA

High Tech High Chula Vista is organized into neighborhoods to promote team teaching as well as provide a sense of ownership and place.

Kiowa County Schools: Greensburg, KS

After a two-mile wide tornado plowed through Greensburg, Kan., in 2007, the town and school district committed to rebuilding a model green community ...

University of La Reunion's ENERPOS: Saint-Pierre, La Reunion, France

A classroom and office building on the French island of La Reunion, near Madagascar, demonstrates that sustainable design saves significant energy while providing ...

Sweetwater Creek State Park Visitor Center: Lithia Springs, GA

Before entering a 2,549-acre conservation park, visitors are welcomed by a center that, through sustainable design, contributes to the park's purpose of protecting nature.

Indian Springs Discovery Center: White Lake, MI

Revealing the thriving ecosystem that exists below the water's surface is the purpose of Indian Springs Metropark's Environmental Discovery Center.

NREL Science & Technology Facility: Golden, CO

Sustainable buildings often feature photovoltaic applications. But, where does research and development of new photovoltaic technologies take place?

OHSU Center for Health & Healing: Portland, OR

Oregon Health & Science University Center for Health & Healing is one of only 50 buildings in the country to have been awarded U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) LEED® Platinum certification ...

Guilford County Schools: Greensboro, NC

A 70 million-year-old Mosasaur fossil, an extinct marine reptile that lived in a sea that existed in central North America, is displayed in the main entry hall of ...

The Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center: Gettysburg, PA

The largest collection of Civil War artifacts and a cyclorama depicting the Battle of Gettysburg require carefully monitored indoor conditions.

Y2E2: Stanford, CA

Stanford University's Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki Environment and Energy Building (Y2E2) is the first element in Stanford's new Science and Engineering Quad 2.
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