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View Resource Urban Forestry

Our urban forest provides us with many long-term environmental, social and economic benefits.

http://www.sandiego.gov/street-div/treebenefits.shtml
View Resource Effects of Combining Smart Shading and Ventilation on Thermal Comfort

A prototype microcomputer-controlled thermostat that can operate different systems in a building according to comfort requirements and resources in the environment has been developed by the authors....

http://www.energy-design-tools.aud.ucla.edu/papers/ASES05-La...
View Resource Why Design Matters: Comparing Three Passive Cooling Strategies in Sixteen Different Climate Zones

In order to compare the performance of three different cooling strategies (External Operable Shades, Internal Operable Shades, or a Whole-House Fan) in all 16 California climate zones, hourly...

http://www.energy-design-tools.aud.ucla.edu/papers/ASES05-Mi...
View Resource Affordable Solar: High-Performance Housing Smart Investing

Abstract on innovative financing for this town house development allowed investors and homeowners to reap the benefits of solar energy. Membership required.

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP121_pg30_Du_Bois
View Resource Home Power Magazine

Database of more than 1200 articles on solar, wind, and hydro design and building. Most require membership to access.

http://www.homepower.com/home/
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