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Largest Residential Green Building Conference and Expo Comes to San Francisco

Prompted by the tremendous groundswell of public interest in green building, West Coast Green - the nation's premier residential tradeshow focused exclusively on green products, design and sustainability - will open its doors September 28-30 in San Francisco's Bill Graham Auditorium.


Decorative Concrete Stains Made from Bio-Based Building Materials

Eco Safety Products recently added a new concrete stain using bio-based building materials and technology.


Owens Corning Awarded GREENGUARD Certification

The GREENGUARD Environmental Institute announced today that Owens Corning is the first insulation manufacturer to qualify for their stringent new GREENGUARD Product Emission Standard for Children and Schools.


"Building Green" TV show on PBS

The first of its kind to hit television, ‘Building Green’ is a new home improvement program about building gorgeous homes that are healthier, more energy efficient and better for the environment.


Mitchell Joachim's Fab Tree Hab Living Home

Mitchell Joachim, part of the MIT Media Lab's Smart Cities Group, along with ecological engineer Lara Greden and architect Javier Arbona, have proposed a system of homes that are actually a living ecosystem.


New Roof Finish Designed to Reduce Cooling Costs

Innovative new roofing technologies can keep homes cooler in the summer and offer homeowners significant energy savings.


BuildingGreen's 2005 Top 10 Green Building Products

BuildingGreen, Inc, publisher of the GreenSpec Product Directory and Environmental Building News, today announced its 2005 selections of the Top-10 Green Building Products.


Study Shows $10-20 Billion Green Building Market by 2010

The Green Building SmartMarket Report, released by McGraw-Hill Construction, shows the green building market to reach $10-20 billion by 2010.



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