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Does Your State Have the Most—or the Fewest—LEED-Certified Homes?

Does Your State Have the Most—or the Fewest—LEED-Certified Homes? | green infographics | Scoop.it
There are 150,000 LEED-certified housing units across the world, according to a new report. Is your state in the top 10 or the bottom 10 for the U.S.?

There are now more than 150,000 LEED-certified housing units worldwide, according to the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED in Motion: Residential report. Where does your home state stack up? Visit the link for the top 10 and bottom 10 states per certified units.

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PIRatE Lab's curator insight, July 8, 4:25 AM

Another example of the growing coastal-inland divergence in almost all aspects of our society.

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It’s Too Easy Being Green — What Does It Mean To Be Eco-Friendly

It’s Too Easy Being Green — What Does It Mean To Be Eco-Friendly | green infographics | Scoop.it

With green marketing at an all-time high, there has been much contention as to what words like “natural,” “environmentally,” and “eco-friendly” really mean.

Although there is still no single definition, this infographic done with Ethical Ocean, attempts to discover what it signifies to be eco-friendly, and how it may be used as advertising bait.

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What Are Green Wines [infographic]?

What Are Green Wines [infographic]? | green infographics | Scoop.it
This green wines infographic states how vineyards are reaching out through organic labeling and green marketing to capture green conscious consumers.

While green wine isn’t exactly on the top of my list of pressing environmental issues, it’s worth noting that the wine industry is playing it’s part in environmental stewardship. As the infographic points out, watch out for the actual certification because many wine makers will use the terms “made with organic grapes” which is not the same as USDA certified wine, often due to added sulfites.
Some wine makers are attempting to use different packaging methods for their wine to reduce their packaging and waste footprint. Some are using less glass, while others have switching to using paper-type bottles – showing how deeply infiltrated our way of going green has really become...

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