Below you'll find a gathering of links to our coverage from last month. Also, by way of site news, we've started publishing a weekly email newsletter, which will be delivered every Saturday. Until now, we've been using Feedburner, which is a Google-powered RSS-to-email daily email service, and it's still available. You can subscribe to the weekly edition here.
Notwithstanding the perfunctory summer trip or vacation, we saw a lot of interesting news in June. With the European Solar Decathlon and Dwell on Design, together with all the innovation and press releases coming out of these events, you’ll find some great links to catch up on below.
Hopefully you're catching a little rest and relaxation while observing this fine Memorial Day holiday. As is the customary at the end of the month here, I've linked up all of our coverage from May in groupings — Developments & Projects, Prefab & Homes, Technology & Products, and Interesting & Green News — in case you missed something. Here's the good stuff:
With Living Future 2010 from Cascadia Region Green Building Council right around the corner, you're probably looking ahead. But with Earth Day and all sorts of green activity during the last month, perhaps you'll take a moment to review some of our most recent coverage. We were a little heavy in prefab and homes, but look for that to balance out more in May. Here's the good stuff:
It's crazy how time flies. We're in April, and the launch of the iPad is moments away. Soon, I'm sure many of you will be tapping away at energy monitors and stuff. While you're doing that, make sure to come back and catch up on any March coverage that you didn't get. Also, if you like what you're reading, get updates with Twitter or Facebook and share what you like. Here's the list:
It's been a fun month here at Jetson Green. We talked about a little of everything, including building performance, Passive House certification, the Living Building Challenge, and the various efforts to help with temporary and permanent shelter in Haiti. If you like what you're reading, stay tuned through Twitter or Facebook and share what you like. Here's a summary of last month's coverage, if you missed anything: