Yearly Archives: 2006

/2006

Green Cartoon: Hiroshi Takatsuki + Blog Updates

I hope you’re enjoying the holidays, this is another cartoon from High Moon. I’m not in contact with the internet, so I will be back posting next week when I get to a connection.

By |December 30th, 2006|Uncategorized|1 Comment

Brad Pitt + Global Green USA Seeking Partners for New Orleans Green Community

Pitt + Global Green USA have partnered to build a sustainable community in New Orleans. They are seeking cornerstone partners, each with category exclusivity, to help create a prototype for affordable, green housing. Housing will be energy-efficient with environmentally conscious and weather-resistant materials.
By |December 26th, 2006|News|3 Comments

SCIPs + Green Sandwich Technologies

  You probably heard about Green Sandwich Technologies (GST) earlier this year when William (Bill) McDonough, FAIA, announced that he’d be on the company’s advisory board.  Structural Concrete Insulating Panel (SCIP) technology, also known as Welded Wire Sandwich Panel, has been mentioned in most popular magazines and has the unique achievement of […]

By |December 25th, 2006|Materials|10 Comments

Merry Christmas + Happy Holidays

By |December 24th, 2006|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Skyscraper Sunday: The Modern + Green Skyscraper Movement

  I wanted to include this video within my post, but E&ETV disabled the embed function, so head over to Youtube this jolly Christmas eve to watch a good primer on green skysrapers.  With modern skyscrapers, everyone is focused on sustainable, energy-efficient structures.  These days, most skyscraper design integrates […]

By |December 24th, 2006|LEED, Modern architecture, Modern design, Skyscraper|0 Comments

Noteworthy Green News: Week in Review

Wind Energy Scores Major Legal Victory in U.S. (Texas) – Horse Hollow Wind Energy Center in Texas, currently the world’s largest wind farm, did not create enough noise to be considered a private nuisance.  Via Hugg.  Google Plants Solar Trees – About a third of the 9,000 solar panels (total 1.6-megawatt solar […]

By |December 23rd, 2006|LEED, News, Solar, Week in Review, Wind|0 Comments