Carbon Finance, Earth-Friendly Home Fixes, Target Zero Waste, + Green Growth [WIR]

Top Green Start-up Companies Green construction becomes selling point. Carbon finance comes of age. Investment in green building sector is booming. EPA Administrator says green makes financial sense. […]

By |April 19th, 2008|Categories: Week in Review|0 Comments

[Video] BedZED Zero Energy Homes

You've probably already heard of BedZED, but have you seen it?  Feel free to watch a short little video about the cutting-edge community. 

BedZED is a 100-home, sustainable community in Beddington (UK) […]

By |April 18th, 2008|Categories: Multifamily|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Buzz Lofts, Approachable Green Style

I used to drive by Buzz Lofts all the time and check out the construction progress.  It's a modern, green, and affordable condo-loft community immediately south of downtown Dallas.  The development is in what you may call an up and coming neighborhood, but the location is great: near the DART rail and all those downtown jobs.  Buzz has been popular, too, with most units nearly sold out. 


By |April 17th, 2008|Categories: Condo, Modern architecture|Tags: |0 Comments

Breaking: President Bush Excerpts on Climate Change and GHG Emissions [ +Reactions]

[Live] 2:45 EST – President Makes Remarks on Climate Change !!

Response Links: what people are saying.


By |April 16th, 2008|Categories: News|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Architectural Record's Unbuilt Houses 2008

Eight houses were chosen for Architectural Record’s special, web-exclusive list of Unbuilt Houses.  They’re all green.  If you take a look, you might notice something familiar.  You’ve probably seen many of them […]

By |April 16th, 2008|Categories: Modern architecture, Single Family|Tags: , |0 Comments

Holy Cross Project Show House Now a Reality [NOLA]

We talked about renderings and plans for the Holy Cross Project back in August last year, but it’s now becoming a reality.  The first home is finished and Global Green plans to open it to the public this coming May.  When finished, the entire project will have four more homes and a 18-unit apartment complex — all of it low-income and green, too.  Global Green is shooting for LEED Platinum on everything and expects homes to use 75% less energy than a similar, typical building. 


By |April 15th, 2008|Categories: Affordable, LEED, Modern architecture, Single Family|Tags: , |2 Comments

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