2 Policies That May Change the Nature of Sustainability in the US

January 4, 2011 by  
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The new year brings new policy and regulations. Here’s a look at two that can have a lasting effect on green building and renewable energy and change the landscape for green business operations.

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The Social ROI of Green, Affordable Housing

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While green has become the new black and cleantech is now viewed as sexy, affordable housing — as fundamental to societal well-being as energy security — maintains a reputation as a dowdy old aunt. But that can change as new views emerge of the social return on investment provided by green, affordable housing

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New Buildings in California Now Required to Be More Efficient

January 4, 2011 by  
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The mandatory provisions of CALGreen, the first statewide green building code in the country, are now in full force and require new buildings in California to be more energy efficient, use less water and emit fewer pollutants.

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