What’s location got to do with it?
Every day brings another announcement from a developer or business owner about a new green building.
While the profusion of buildings that use at least 15 percent less energy and reduce water usage as well as other non-sustainable resources is good news for a country searching for energy independence and a planet combating a variety of environmental ills, some are starting to think more needs to be done. Top of the list: Considering whether sprawling architecture and 4,200-square-foot McMansions can truly be considered “green.”
(Read full article in “Sustainable Industries”)
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