Another month has come to a close, and even more than before, I'm both humbled and amazed by the green building community. There's so much going on, and it's really fun to follow. The short month of February has been another record breaking month for the site as it served over 125k unique readers and more RSS subscribers than ever. Going forward, I'm constantly trying to provide a unique and high-quality perspective — thanks for your patience and kind nudging. Tons of emails have been flagged and soon our team will get to every great idea. If you have a great idea, contact or advertise with us. In the mean time, re-read what February was all about.
- Good design in ten commandments.
- Efficiency is the new green.
- Business schools in a green building race.
- Which is greener? A new or old building?
- Future of green buildings depends on profitability.
- EPA Report: Removing Market Barriers to Green Development.
- Study: Energy efficiency has a steep cost for developers.
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Depending on the method of construction, green building consultant Mark LaLiberte tells us there are a few common green building mistakes to watch out for — errors he's seeing more and more as builders move forward with greener practices. Read through this list and then tell us what you think … are you seeing any other common mistakes with green construction?