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By Patrick Sisson © The New York Times Co. Soleil Lofts, an apartment development in suburban Salt Lake City, offers a lot of amenities — pools, three spas, a basketball court, electric appliances, a dog park — to lure potential residents. But the feature that sealed the deal for Maik Kannenb...
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      By Pan Pylas The Associated Press LONDON » Struggling luxury car brand Jaguar will be fully electric by 2025, the British company said Monday as it outlined a plan to phase out internal combustion engines. Jaguar Land Rover, which is owned by Indian conglomerate ...
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53-unit building in Snowmass expected to open in 2023 By Joe Rubino The Denver Post Developers soon will break ground on a 53-unit condo building at the base of the Snowmass Ski Area that will run entirely on renewable, electric power. It’s the latest example of a growing trend in new co...
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By Keith Schneider © The New York Times Co. SPOKANE, WASH. » Although it was established in 1873 near some of North America’s most productive forests, Spokane has rarely focused on new timber products in construction. But that is starting to change.In the city’s downtown, Eastern Washing...
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Shared from the 10/20/2020 The Denver Post eEdition Company striving to be first in country to capture carbon on commercial scale By Judith Kohler
The Denver Post The owner of a cement plant in Florence has started design and engineering work with the goal of making it the first such U.S. facilit...
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Office buildings decrease environmental impact, give back to the planet By Jane Margolies, © The New York Times Co., from The Denver Post eEdition, July 19, 2020 For a couple of decades, many in the real estate industry have been trying to make buildings “green,” replacing conventionally made ...
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Shared from the 1/28/2020 The Denver Post eEdition “FRANKENSTEIN MATERIAL” By Amos Zeeberg © The New York Times Co. For centuries, builders have been making concrete roughly the same way: by mixing hard materials like sand with various binders, and hoping it stays fixed and rigid for a long t...
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  Shared from the 5/24/2019 The Denver Post eEdition   By Taylor Telford The Washington Post TerraCycle CEO Tom Szaky works in his office at company headquarters in Trenton, N.J., in 2013. TerraCycle creates recycling systems for hard-to-recycle waste, like its program to turn cigaret...
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Project is a First in California, Model for State’s “Big Bold Goal” PALO ALTO, Calif. (April 20, 2015) – The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) will lead an effort by three companies, a utility, and the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) in evaluating the energy use and grid integr...
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While you're decking the halls this holiday season, opt for decorations that are environmentally-friendly and made to last. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has these suggestions: Consider a holiday decoration other than a tree, or buy an artificial tree that's made to last fo...
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A state-of-the-art clean solar energy system is helping Sea Turtle Conservancy (STC) protect endangered sea turtles at its new research station on Soropta Beach, Panama. Designed and installed by FTL Global Solutions (FTL), an innovator of lightweight, rugged energy systems ...
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Pittsburgh is 1 of 6 cities selected for national Green Lanes Project 2.0 by PeopleForBikes PeopleForBikes has selected Pittsburgh to be one of six US cities to be included in the Green Lane Project 2.0, Mayor Bill Peduto announced today in a press release. This is monumental n...
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Last spring, we explored the fascinating work of Ecovative Design, an upstate New York company that was expanding from using fungi as the basis for greener-than-plastics shipping materials into the building insulation realm. That’s right, insulation made from mushrooms. At the time, the company wa...
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How much can white or green roofs do to fight climate change?  Painting roofs white or covering them with plants could help fight global warming, but they don't offer the same bang for the buck everywhere, says a study Monday of six U.S. "megapolitan" regions. Cool roofs — painted white or ot...
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What if we could turn food into minerals?  Could it be enough to stop mining?  Colorado School of the Mines thinks they may have found that solution!  Check it out! By Bruce Finley The Denver Post Colorado School of Mines engineers have found an alternative to digging into mountain...
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Hundreds gathered Thursday for the official ribbon cutting on Portland’s newest, old federal building, the Edith Green-Wendall Wyatt. “I love the building. I've loved it since I first learned about it in November,” said Dorothy Robyn, Commissioner of the U.S. General Services Administration’s Publi...
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In 2012, despite a 39 percent decline in education sector-related construction, the growth in its total green share was estimated to be $16 billion, almost double the 2008 green education market, according to the new report from McGraw-Hill Construction, "New and Retrofit Green Schools: The Cost Ben...
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  A hilltop site once famous for brewing Pabst Blue Ribbon beer, was named one of the greenest neighborhoods in the world Tuesday. The redevelopment project at the former Pabst Brewing Company known asThe Brewery won the highest designation for sustainable development practices from the ...
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The area of building efficiency affords tremendous opportunities for both economic growth and reduced environmental impacts. Buildings are the single largest emitters of greenhouse gases. According to a UNEP study titled “Towards a Green Economy,” homes and businesses are responsible for 40 percent ...
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Every year the debate returns. What is more Eco-friendly Christmas tree? Real or Fake? Many believer that buying a fake tree is the smarter choice because it lasts for years and you aren't cutting down a real tree. However, the production of these fake trees create harmful byproducts that are bad fo...
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