- Title Pages
- Urban and Industrial Environments
- Foreword: Integrating the Social into the Built Environment
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Building Expertise: Renovation as Professional Innovation
- 3 LEED, Collaborative Rationality, and Green Building Public Policy
- 4 Beyond Platinum: Making the Case for Titanium Buildings
- 5 Why Multinational Corporations Still Need to Keep It Local: Environment, Operations, and Ownership in the Hospitality Industry
- 6 The Evolution of the Green Building Supply Industry: Entrepreneurial Entrants and Diversifying Incumbents
- 7 Individual Projects as Portals for Mainstreaming Niche Innovations
- 8 Empowering the Inhabitant: Communications Technologies, Responsive Interfaces, and Living in Sustainable Buildings
- 9 Building Up to Organizational Sustainability: How the Greening of Places Transforms Organizations
- 10 Green School Building Success: Innovation through a Flat Team Approach
- 11 Generativity: Reconceptualizing the Benefits of Green Buildings
- 12 Conveying Greenness: Sustainable Ideals and Organizational Narratives about LEED-Certified Buildings
- 13 Challenging the Imperative to Build: The Case of a Controversial Bridge at a World Heritage Site
- 14 Incorporating Biophilic Design through Living Walls: The Decision-Making Process
- 15 Constructing Green: Challenging Conventional Building Practices
- 16 Constructing the Biophilic Community
- Constructing Green
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