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View Resource Picturing the Hidden Environmental Benefits of Passive Building Design Decisions

Every design decision an architect makes carries with it a hidden environmental cost. Architects are concerned about issues like sustainability, greenhouse gas production, and other...
View Resource Frequently Asked Questions about HEED (Home Energy Efficient Design)

HEED will show you how much money you can save in energy costs with each individual design, remodeling, or maintenance decision you make for your home.
View Resource Designing High Performance Sustainable Buildings

Objectives are: 1. To show you how to use HEED to design a Basic Residential Building 2. To show you how HEED reports Site Energy Use and CO2 Production with each design change you make. 3. To...
View Resource Designing High Performance Sustainable Homes

High Performance Homes are designed to precisely integrate the local climate in a way that maintains indoor comfort conditions while minimizing the use of depletable energy. High Performance Homes...
View Resource Green Communities Program: On the path to becoming a green community

EPA Region III's design to help communites access the tools and information needed to help them become more sustainable. Their online Green Communities Assistance Kit is a step-by-step guilde for...
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