Healthy Homes Eco-Thresholds Initiative
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Our impact mission is to build sustainable net-zero affordable healthy pre-fabricated housing for 60-100 AMI Chicago, Illinois area residents. Visit our site at ecothresholds.com for more details and information.
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Green from the Ground Up: Sustainable, Healthy, and Energy-Efficient Home Construction (Builder's Guide)

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Green from the Ground Up: Sustainable, Healthy, and Energy-Efficient Home Construction (Builder's Guide) book down http://t.co/e3N44jxg0e
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This is a great book for builders and homeowners. I was just referring to it again today. Get it and add it to your library. 

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10 Techniques for Making Cities More Walkable

10 Techniques for Making Cities More Walkable | Healthy Homes Eco-Thresholds Initiative | Scoop.it
In Jeff Speck’s excellent new book, Walkable City, he suggests that there are ten keys to creating walkability. Most of them also have something to do with redressing the deleterious effects caused by our allowing cars to dominate urban spaces for decades. I don’t necessarily agree with every detail, and my own list might differ in some ways that reflect my own experience and values. But it’s a heck of a good menu to get city leaders and thinkers started in making their communities more hospitable to walkers.

 

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