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    EXPLAINING GREEN MATERIALS

    Now, more than ever, homeowners and builders are getting serious about choosing sustainable building materials for their next remodel or construction project. Yet their interest may exceed the availability of information. A common question from people interested in "green" materials is: "Where can I find out about them?"

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    RESTORING THE GIANT FOREST

    The notion that architecture should fit the vernacular of its surroundings did not begin in U.S. national parks, but few other architectural styles seem to sit as comfortably in the landscape as the "national park rustic" style.

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    More Environment

    California Governor Signs Landmark Auto Emissions Law — Reuters at ENN, 2002.0723

    Planners Praise 'Green' Buildings — AP at New York Times, 2002.0721

    Mara Baum Designs Green Living in Architecture — St. Louis Business Journal, 2002.0719

    Nature Center to Demonstrate Environmental Message — Schmidt Copeland Parker Stevens press release, 2002.0719

    Energy Efficiency Promoted with Launch of New BetterBricks — Press Release at Yahoo, 2002.0718

    California Credits Conservation in Averting Summer 2001 Blackouts — Con.Web, 2002.0718

    Two Montana Hotels Earn Energy Star Label — Con.WEB, 2002.0718

    Green Buildings Bloom around the US — Christian Science Monitor, 2002.0718

    China Eyes Reusable Olympic Venues — AP at San Antonio Express-News, 2002.0718

    NREL Wins Research and Development Awards — National Renewable Energy Laboratory press release, 2002.0715

    Energy-Efficient Schools Grasp Green Incentive — Boston Globe, 2002.0715

    Sustainable Design Can Be an Asset to the Bottom Line — EDC, 2002.0715

    An Update on LEED™ 2.1 — EDC, 2002.0712

    Growing Markets, Growing Success with Certified Wood — EDC, 2002.0711

    Explaining the Need for LEED™ — EDC, 2002.0711

    Measuring the Success of the LEED System — EDC, 2002.0711

    LEED-CI Program to Begin Pilot Phase — EDC, 2002.0711

    ‘Green’ Multifamily Housing Grows in Harlem — ENN, 2002.0710

    U.S. Voters Want Strict Greenhouse Gas Cuts, Says Survey — Reuters at ENN, 2002.0710

    Getting out of Gridlock — ENN, 2002.0705

    Building (and Builder) Rethought — International Herald Tribune, 2002.0703

    California Legislature OKs Greenhouse Gas Emissions Bill — ENN, 2002.0703

    EPA Says Bush's Proposed Cuts in Superfund Mean Work Reductions and Halts in 18 States — ENN, 2002.0702

    Senate Committee Approves Clean Air Bill by One Vote — ENR, 2002.0628

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