Posts Tagged ‘Green Building’

Dallas Observer’s front page feature on Re:Vision Dallas

Imagine, if you will, a utopia smack in the heart of downtown Dallas. In this green, sustainable building of tomorrow, you might roll out of bed, take a shower and find your runoff water feeding vegetation growing on the roof and walls, upon which you’ll feast later that night. Or maybe you’ll move downtown and…

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West Coast Green returns to San Francisco

As part of a planned rehabilitation of Pier 2, Fort Mason Center plans to adopt LEED Silver standards and install a large-scale solar array, which will provide for 80% of the Center’s total energy consumption. To celebrate their commitment and to contribute to Fort Mason Center’s sustainable future, West Coast Green is convening a Design…

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Video: Comcast LE interviews Eric Corey Freed @ West Coast Green

Green Building for Dummies author Eric Corey Freed stopped by the Comcast Studios in San Francisco to talk about green building, home building materials, the role of architects and how it all comes together at West Coast Green – the nation’s largest residential green building conference. Journalists interested in attending West Coast Green should contact…

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West Coast Green Sponsors New Design Competition

Our friends at West Coast Green were mentioned in  the Archinnovations Magazine on Saturday.  West Coast Green is co-sponsoring the competition “Lifecycle Building Challenge 3”.  The competition aims to attract built and un-built projects that save resources and cut costs and green house emissions. To read the full Archinnovative article click here.

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Green Buildings Features Re: Vision Dallas

Green-Buildings.Com, the green building and education service, reviewed Re: Vision Dallas’ ECOBlOCK entry from the firm ODA in New York City.  Inspired by the basic elements of wind, water, earth and sun, ECOBLOCK focuses on the aspect of creating a community.  ODA did not win the competition, but they submitted a very interesting concept that…

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Sensible City’s Weekly Radar

Never let it be said that we here at Sensible City don’t have a broad range of diverse interests.  So much to report on this week, its hard to narrow down what we liked the most.  The following are links of news, articles, events that popped up on our radar. The Governator believes California is…

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