The Center for Resourceful Building Technology maintains an online guide that describes building practices that are resource-efficient. Some information on...
In the wake of the 2001 anthrax scare, a research project at Pennsylvania State University has garnered significant attention. This paper introduces immune...
This article, written by a member of the Partnership for Advanced Technology in Housing, discusses building materials and practices that can improve...
Internationally recognized firm and valuable website for expertise in moisture dynamics, indoor air quality, and forensic (building failure) investigations....
The Association for Environment Conscious Building is a nonprofit trade organization that promotes green building in Great Britain. Their web site includes...
A nonprofit organization that promotes a multitude of techniques and materials that conserve the Earth's resources required for residential construction in...
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