Eco-Terrorism Suspected in Seattle Area Fires
Three green luxury homes are purportedly destroyed by Earth Liberation Front. (Green Products and Technology Online)
Los Angeles No. 1 on List of Most Eco-Friendly Commercial Buildings
LA, Houston, Washington, New York, and San Francisco make up top five of list based on number of buildings and total square footage rated by Energy Star and LEED. (Green Products and Technology Online)
Maryland at Forefront of Green Building Legislation
With several municipalities, notably Baltimore City and Howard County, mandating that all new commercial projects achieve certain standards for energy efficiency and environmental design, the state is at the forefront of legislating green building. (The Examiner)
On a dairy farm in California’s agricultural heartland, utility PG&E Corp began producing natural gas derived from manure, in what it hopes will be a new way to power homes with renewable energy. (Reuters) Long Island Builders Are Going Green
Upon returning from the International Builders' Show, two Long Island contractors vow to shift their focus. (Newsday Online)
Insurance Jumps on Eco-Bandwagon
Lexington Insurance launches its “Upgrade to Green Residential” program. (Yahoo! News)
Robb Crocker is the senior editor for Green Products and Technology Online.
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