Global warming and climate change have become the major global challenges we face in the 21st century. Green architecture is philosophy of architecture that advocates sustainable energy sources and conservation of energy. It is design and construction with the environment in mind.  It has become a dominating trend in modern architecture and construction. This paper provides a brief introduction to green architecture.

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