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    POST-INDUSTRIAL AFFORDABILITY

    It is often tempting for architects and builders, when designing low-income housing, to look for any possible way to reduce the costs of initial construction. But if cheap materials lead to higher maintenance or utility bills in the long run, such economies may prove short-lived. A different approach is based on the idea that affordable housing can be not only attractive but durable and environmentally sustainable as well.

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    KIDS AUDIT ENERGY

    In 2002, the Columbia University Biosphere 2 Center in Arizona began a 10-year clean-energy initiative to convert the campus from an energy user to an energy producer. Participating in phase one of the project, an electric lighting retrofit, was a sixth-grade science class at Immaculate Heart Academy in Tucson. They conducted an energy audit of the Biosphere with results that closely matched those of professional auditors.

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    'Green' Homes at Peace with the Environment — Baltimore Sun, 2003.0209

    Ground Control — EDC, 2003.0207

    Renovating the Design and Construction Process — EDC, 2003.0207

    Green at Work — EDC, 2003.0207

    The Football Field Isn’t the Only “Green” — EDC, 2003.0207

    AIA, EPA Working Together on Livable Communities — AIArchitect, 2003.0207

    Zero-Energy Home Contest Spurs Imagination of Designers, Builders — Michigan Live, 2003.0205

    Vadodara Architect’s Building Vying for Top World Rating — Times of India, 2003.0201

    Green Building Forum Created — Hoover's, 2003.0131

    Sustainable Renovation Seminars — Infolink, 2003.0130

    BPA Initiates Third-Party Loan Program for Residential Energy-Saving Measures — Con.WEB, 2003.0130

    GREENGUARD Environmental Institute Awards Certification to OMNOVA Water-based Wallcovering — Designare, 2003.0127

    China to Build its Largest Wind Power Plant in Rudong — ENR, 2003.0123

    Federal Court Reaffirms EPA Stormwater Runoff Rules — ENR, 2003.0122

    Ontario Cancels Hydro One Privatization — ENR, 2003.0122

    Constructing a Greener College — The Dartmouth, 2003.0121

    Green Giants On the Horizon — Washington Post, 2003.0117

    Energy Efficient Ventilation Systems — Building Services Journal, 2003.01

    Energy-Efficiency Economics: What You Need to Know — HPAC Engineering, 2003.01

    Solar at the White House — Environmental Building News, 2003.01

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