The Green Issue: Table of Contents

Preservation Magazine Jan-Feb 2008Features

A Cautionary Tale
Amid our green-building boom, why neglecting the old in favor of the new just might cost us dearly
By Wayne Curtis

New Directions for the Old Retreat
With its President Lincoln's Cottage project, the National Trust puts environmental principles to work.
By Kim A. O'Connell

Online Extras: Text and audio of Richard Moe's December 2007 sustainability speech 

Slideshow of Lincoln Cottage, inside and out

Sweet Home, Again
Chicago's bungalows, long neglected, are going green—and enjoying a massive revival.
By Eric Wills

The Greening of the Yard
At one of the most hallowed spaces at Harvard University, the old and the sustainable have never been so compatible.
By Allen Freeman


Editor's Note

From the President

Your Trust
The National Trust's sustainability initiative advances on a broad set of goals. By Kim A. O'Connell

How a crumbling Cambridge landmark earned a LEED ratingTransitionsWho's News

Green Profiles
Bronx Zoo Lion HousePhiladelphia Police Forensic Science CenterImmaculate Heart of Mary MotherhouseScowcroft BuildingThoreau Center for SustainabilityGerding Theater

Online Extras: Harvard's 46 BlackstonePort Townsend, Wash., City HallNew York's Marmaduke Forster House

10 Tips to a Greener Home

The Back Page The convenient truth: taking better charge of what we already have
By Dwight Young