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Monday, February 18, 2008


sam jamieson

Was reading an interesting article on Builder's magazine related to the legal liability being created by all the "Green Promises". Yep sooner or later the lawyers have to poke their noses in


Blairsville Georgia Real Estate

I am so happy to see this type of building going on. I wish this country would invest in this type of building instead of fight wars over oil.

Here's to making a difference and being green. I hope this type of building becomes prominent in all US states.

Lucy Stolzenburg

In the spirit of your "Green Week"....

The 12th Annual Austin, TX Cool House Tour is scheduled for June 22, 2008 from noon-6. This popular tour is sponsored by Austin Energy's Green Building Program and the Texas Solar Energy Society. Projects may be remodels, additions or new construction with priority given to an Austin Green Building rating of four or five stars. An Austin tradition, the Cool House Tour showcases the best work in green building while educating the public that resource conservation doesn’t sacrifice style or comfort. We expect more than 2,000 visitors looking for ways to employ green building techniques. It's a great opportunity to contact knowledgeable architects, builders and contractors.
More information can be found at:


Sam Chapman

Dee - great resources here. Thanks for posting.

Angie Groves

For anyone that has not heard Peter Pfeiffer & Alan Barley architects speak about green building and their practical experiences they will be part of a lecture series at the umlauf sculpture garden March 6th. They really know how to give practical and liveable green solutions for building and they have done a lot of trial and error.

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