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Demand for Green Building Materials Set to Rise 11 Per Cent a Year

Demand for Green Building Materials Set to Rise 11 Per Cent a Year | Green Building & Construction | Scoop.it
The increasing popularity of green building within the US construction sector is expected to push growth in demand for related building products by 11 per cent per annum through 2017. According to a new report by The Freedonia Group entitled Gree ...
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Does It Cost More to Build a Sustainable Home? | Ryan Taylor Architects LLC

Does It Cost More to Build a Sustainable Home? | Ryan Taylor Architects LLC | Green Building & Construction | Scoop.it
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Green buildings won't save the planet

Green buildings won't save the planet | Green Building & Construction | Scoop.it
The United States has the third largest ecological footprint per capita, behind only the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. We face an extraordinary challenge in overcoming our environmental...
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Quality and Value Driving Growth in the Green Building Market - According to MHC SmartMarket Report

Quality and Value Driving Growth in the Green Building Market - According to MHC SmartMarket Report | Green Building & Construction | Scoop.it
Energy efficiency efforts become standard in new construction and remodeling projects, while remodelers place high value on waste management and sustainable materials.
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The Greener Side of Commercial Real Estate Investment - DFW Green Buildings.com

The Greener Side of Commercial Real Estate Investment - DFW Green Buildings.com | Green Building & Construction | Scoop.it
Article discussing how commercial real estate investors can leverage green building and sustainable construction in their investment
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