Green Building Is Not As Complicated As You Think
Is it hard to build green? Is it a lot more expensive? Do I have to live in a straw-bale cottage or some other strange building to say I'm a green home owner? No, no, and most decidedly no, according to the National Association of Home Builders.
BuildingGreen's 2006 Top 10 Green Building Products
BuildingGreen, Inc, publisher of the GreenSpec Directory and Environmental Building News, today announced the 2006 Top-10 Green Building Products.
Sustainable Vinyl Featured at Green Building Expo
Vinyl's numerous energy-saving, environmental and health benefits are on display this week at the nation's principal green building expo.
Nansulate Line of Nanotechnology-Based Coatings, is Creating Quite a Buzz in New Mexico Town
Industrial Nanotech, Inc, an emerging growth company specializing in nanotechnology innovation and product development, announces that that the Company's Nansulate line of nanotechnology-based coatings, is creating quite a buzz in the town of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, built on hot springs and known as one of the American Southwest's best kept secrets.
Rensselaer Researchers Aim To Close "Green Gap" in LED Technology
A team of researchers from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has received $1,8 million in federal funding to improve the energy efficiency of green light-emitting diodes (LEDs).
ORNL Hybrid Lighting Technology Gaining Momentum Around Nation
With five hybrid solar lighting systems already in place and another 20 scheduled to be installed in the next couple of months, the forecast is looking sunny for a technology developed at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Top Green Building Products of 2006
The top ten green building products of 2006 have been selected and profiled in a new print and online supplement produced by the editors of Sustainable Industries Journal.
Good Housekeeping Documents Environmentally Innovative Renovation With "Your Green House"
Good Housekeeping today announced a new and unique home renovation project, "Your Green House," that will set a standard for sustainable, environmentally responsible home-building.
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