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Green$ense for your Home

When does a green home project make financial sense?

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Featured: Sustainable School Architecture

The next generation of school facilities must embrace sustainability in order to thrive.

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Featured: Green Building & Remodeling for Dummies

Want to build responsibly, reduce waste, and help preserve the environment?

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Endorsements for GreenSense

I asked some smart people to take a look at "Green$ense: Rating the Real Payoff from 50 Green Home Projects" and give their thoughts on the book.

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READ: J Bennett Fitts Photography

Posted on 22 April 2014

I love these Industrial Landscapes by J Bennett Fitts: http://buff.ly/1fmqS2H LINK: Original Story Source On Facebook: HERE Continue Reading

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Posted on 22 April 2014

For your enjoyment and use: our patented 20 steps toward designing for Net Zero Buildings. LINK: Original Story Source On Facebook: HERE Continue Reading

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READ: Top 6 Environmental Issues for Earth Day – And What You Can Do to…

Posted on 22 April 2014

Top 6 Environmental Issues for Earth Day – And What You Can Do to Solve Them: http://buff.ly/1mxPe1d LINK: Original Story Source On Facebook: HERE Here are the top six environmental issues and what you can do to help restore ecological balance to our spinning blue ball. Continue Reading

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READ: The Green Building Reality: Why Two-Thirds of the Profession Are Cowards

Posted on 21 April 2014

My latest article in Architizer: Why Two-Thirds of Architects Are Cowards: http://buff.ly/1jypP26 LINK: Original Story Source On Facebook: HERE Architects tend to be wimps. I should know; I’ve been an architect for 22 years and have worked alongside thousands of them. Sure, architects tend to be polite, dress nicely and look good in black,… Continue Reading

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READ: Carbon Capture Technology Could Be More Important for Limiting Climate Change than Renewables | MIT Technology Review

Posted on 21 April 2014

Cost of Limiting Climate Change Could Double without Carbon Capture Technology: http://buff.ly/1eS4Ytz LINK: Original Story Source On Facebook: HERE The economics of combating climate change may depend on an underfunded technology. Continue Reading

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READ: Taliesin Diary: A Year with Frank Lloyd Wright: Priscilla J. Henken, Sarah Leavitt: 9780393733808: Amazon.com: Books

Posted on 21 April 2014

BOOK OF THE WEEK: Taliesin Diary: A Year with Frank Lloyd Wright: http://buff.ly/1fhTh9V LINK: Original Story Source On Facebook: HERE Taliesin Diary: A Year with Frank Lloyd Wright [Priscilla J. Henken, Sarah Leavitt] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The first publication of the diary of a Frank Lloyd Wright… Continue Reading

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READ: Self-Healing Asphalt

Posted on 20 April 2014

Yuck: Self-Healing Asphalt: http://buff.ly/1jemiWr LINK: Original Story Source On Facebook: HERE Over time, the binder in asphalt roadways is degraded by environmental factors such as UV-radiation until it loses the ability to hold the surface particles Continue Reading

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READ: “Green Building Premium” Is Often A Myth

Posted on 20 April 2014

“Green Building Premium” Is Often A Myth: http://buff.ly/1jPsmq9 LINK: Original Story Source On Facebook: HERE Originally published on Sefaira. By Carl Sterner The Myth of the Green Premium Conventional wisdom holds that high-performance buildings cost more than their inefficient counterparts — therefore only… Continue Reading

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READ: Empowerment Through Making | Impact Urbanism

Posted on 20 April 2014

Empowerment Through Making: http://buff.ly/1hRSgeD LINK: Original Story Source On Facebook: HERE Doctor Mike North “In 2014, what will be the most important MOVEMENT, PROJECT, or PERSON making a global impact on sustainable urban policy and community Continue Reading

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READ: Cities by the People, For the People: Crowdfunding our way to Democratic Urbanism | Impact Urbanism

Posted on 19 April 2014

Cities by the People, For the People: Crowdfunding our way to Democratic Urbanism: http://buff.ly/1hRS8vE LINK: Original Story Source On Facebook: HERE Eric Corey Freed “In 2014, what will be the most important MOVEMENT, PROJECT, or PERSON making a global impact on sustainable urban policy and community Continue Reading

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READ: Top 5+ things I loved about Greenbuild 2013 | Uponor Blog

Posted on 19 April 2014

Nice review of my talk: Top 5+ things I loved about Greenbuild 2013: http://buff.ly/1p8yEqq LINK: Original Story Source On Facebook: HERE PEX plumbing, radiant heating & cooling and pre-insulated pipe systems from Uponor provide a superior choice for commercial and residential applications. Continue Reading

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READ: New study looks at how the Agenda 21 conspiracy is poisoning public discussion about sustainability

Posted on 19 April 2014

How the Agenda 21 conspiracy is poisoning public discussion: http://buff.ly/1ik8X0O LINK: Original Story Source On Facebook: HERE The Southern Poverty Law Center says “It is time to call out Agenda 21conspiracy theories and the people spreading them.” Continue Reading

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