Edward Mazria

Type: Person
Name: Edward Mazria
First reported Jul 06 2014 - Updated Jul 06 2014 - 1 reports

Commented On: Passive House Design: The Importance of High-Performance Windows

Mark A. Miller is a practicing architect/builder/developer living in Chicago who designs projects around the country. His studio, Mark A. Miller Architects + Builders, designs and builds high-performing, energy-efficient homes that speak to the soul. ... [Published Mother Earth Living - Jul 06 2014]
First reported Jul 02 2014 - Updated Jul 02 2014 - 1 reports

Architecture 2030 Pushes Harder Toward Carbon-Neutral Buildings

Click Image to EnlargeClick Image to Enlarge----- Advertising -----Architecture 2030—a group bent on catalyzing the buildings sector to phase out carbon emissions related to the built environment—is picking up steam. Last month, the group issued its ... [Published Engineering News-Record - Jul 02 2014]
First reported Jun 18 2014 - Updated Jun 18 2014 - 1 reports

The Fifth Annual Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership in...

Renowned sustainability leaders nominated for The Hanley Award and $50,000, the largest annual award of its kind. Hanley Wood and the Hanley Foundation released today the names of seven distinguished nominees for The Hanley Award for Vision and Leadership ... [Published PRWeb - Jun 18 2014]

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..."The framework is there, but it needs filling out," said Mazria. "we need to push this along."

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