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The Most and Least Expensive States for Energy Costs
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The Most and Least Expensive States for Energy Costs

EcoBuilding Pulse's interactive heat map displays how each state ranks for total... More

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Solar Decathlon 2011 Profile: Team Tennessee

An interview with Megan Chafin, project architect for Team Tennessee’s Living Light. More

Preventative Measures
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Preventative Measures

A Tennessee health organization designs its campus to keep employees and business... More

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Four Simple Strategies for Making Green Building More Cost Effective

Reducing waste, improving efficiencies can make up for higher costs in equipment, certification paperwork. More

Enotah Hall at Young Harris College
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Enotah Hall at Young Harris College

Lord, Aeck & Sargent designed a $16 million, 200-bed facility to house Young... More

500th Home Receives National Green Building Certification From NAHB Research Center
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The Week in Green: Oct. 10-16

A roundup of green building news, including Solar Decathlon coverage and Tennessee’s new energy-saving building code. More

Magical Matrix: Pharos Project Provides Rating System for Green Products
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Magical Matrix: Pharos Project Provides Rating System for Green Products

Ask green building professionals what their biggest challenge is, and they’ll... More

Little Houses That Could
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Little Houses That Could

Utter the word “custom” and visions of sprawling floor plans, lavish finishes, and... More

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States Pass Legislation to Combat Mold

Indoor air quality -- another way of saying mold -- is providing a lot of employment for legislators. So far this year, eight states -- including Arizona, Idaho, Illinois, Louisiana, Nevada, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas -- have passed 10 bills that address residential mold and mold remediation, Aerias reports: four have failed and nine are still pending. More

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