Hope you had a moment to relax during Thanksgiving last week! Being November, we're thankful for a lot. Definitely, thanks to you for coming back every day and thanks to all our advertisers and supporters. With the holiday season approaching, it's going to be busy, so stay tuned. If you're looking for Christmas ideas, give a good green book to a friend. Or catch up on some of last month's coverage:
- Living above the store.
- A green home in the middle of oil country.
- The rooftop garden climbs down a wall.
- Internet intercedes to make solar cheaper.
- Two advantages of closed-loop geothermal systems.
- New report: charting the demands on our water future.
- Seal levels rise could cost port cities $28 trillion.
- Bainbridge Island becomes nation's first city to provide incentives for living building challenge projects.
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Dockside Green is an award-winning development located in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Within the 1.3 million square-foot, mixed-use community, all of the buildings, except the restaurant and pub facilities, have committed to obtaining LEED Platinum certification under the applicable Canadian LEED rating system.