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Global Green Development Goals: The Need For Sustainable Cities
EmmamHowe Oct 24, 2016

There is a direct correlation between climate change and buildings, according to the World Green Building Council (WGBC) CEO Terri Willis. With the increasing incidence of dangerous climatic... Read More

Passive House & Prefabricated Homes: The Way Forward?
aahassonjee Oct 20, 2016

With evolving building standards, certifications and processes, there has never been a better time for architects, contractors, consultants, and supply companies to unite and create a truly green... Read More

Marketing Tips for Green Contractors

Sustainability is becoming an increasing priority to homeowners. A tipping point is on the horizon, and soon, green design will be an expectation rather than a plus when it comes to construction.... Read More

Surprising Cities are Investing in Solar

The solar industry has boomed in recent years, due in large part to Congress’s approval of the Solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC), which allows for 30 percent of a resident’s or... Read More

Indoor Air Quality - Invisible but Affecting Our Health
Higgins_James Sep 24, 2016

Today, pollution of all kinds affects our planet and our health. Pollution comes in many shapes and forms, but this discussion will focus on specifically indoor air pollutants and the unknown... Read More

What Homeowners Should Know Before Going Solar
pprince Sep 15, 2016

Solar has become very popular over the past couple of years for a few reasons. First , the price of solar has come down significantly. The second reason is that people are becoming more concerned... Read More

An Introduction to Community Solar
Higgins_James Sep 14, 2016

If you are looking to ‘Go Solar’ there are many great options available, but one option worth looking into is Community Solar. The term Community Solar refers to a community based... Read More

Composting 101: Tips for Everyday Composting at Home (You Can Do It!)
EmmamHowe Sep 08, 2016

Green Tips For Composting At Home: If you’re thinking about taking up more green living practices, composting can be a great place to start. While composting may seem mysterious or... Read More

The Exponential Growth of Electric Vehicle Adoption
JackSawyer Sep 02, 2016

The rise of electric car companies like Tesla, growing fears of climate change, and tougher policies on emissions have culminated in a growing attention on the electric vehicle industry. And the... Read More

The TPP In A Nutshell – Too Risky for the Environment
EmmamHowe Aug 24, 2016

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is one of the most ambitious free trade agreements ever proposed. In 2005, a similar deal, the P4 trade agreement was crafted by Brunei, Chile, New Zealand and... Read More