We look at three housing materials that harm the environment — and three more sustainable alternatives to help you build/renovate greener.
Manufactured homes can be greener than traditional houses if they are designed and built that way — but this may be the exception.
Sustainable construction goes beyond building eco-friendly buildings; it takes sustainable practices throughout the entire process.
There’s a lot we can do day-to-day to mitigate climate change, but changing how we build buildings could have a much bigger impact overall.
Experts anticipate the green building market to be among the fastest-growing sectors worldwide in the coming years.
When completing a home renovation, it’s important to consider the type of materials that are going into your home and making sure they are locally sourced.
Going for green structural materials and finishes and energy-efficient appliances gets you well on your way to creating a truly eco-friendly home.
Why Businesses Should Embrace Sustainable Development Going Green Isn't Just Good for the Planet; It Also Can Help the Bottom Line
Just because people want to avert a climate catastrophe doesn’t mean all businesses also are willing to make changes for the better regarding sustainability and reducing their carbon footprints.
Is a Green Build Too Expensive for Me? How to Compromise You don't need every green feature, but may as well pick a few
If you’re building a new home, it’s both eco-friendly and economically prudent to make it as green as it can be. So go ahead and incorporate solar power, buy hyper-efficient appliances and incorporate natural and recycled materials where you can.
Building a Home in 2018? Best Green Modifications to Make Green Construction Now Within Everyone's Reach
Are you building a home in 2018? There’s lots of great green modifications and choices that are now within everyone’s reach…