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WUCOLS and the Drive Toward Landscape Water Conservation in California

Want to do the environmentally responsible thing and install a drought tolerant landscape? The first thing you could do is rip out your lawn and install trees, shrubs and ground cover. 662 more words

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One part of my job I really enjoy is attending professional conferences. As an engineer, this might make me somewhat unique. I am no longer surprised at the value of thoughts and ideas I get from even unlikely conference presentations. 1,004 more words


Dill, EP Committee host On The Table 2016 discussion

Bringing together a wide range of energy, sustainability and environmental professionals, the U.S. Green Building Council Illinois Emerging Professionals Committee hosted its third annual On The Table discussion from 6-8 p.m. 533 more words


USGBC announces new LEED pilot credit

Last week the U.S. Green Building Council announced in a press release a new pilot credit related to wood. The new pilot Alternative Compliance Path (ACP) credit is designed to help eliminate irresponsibly sourced materials from the building material supply chain, such as illegal wood. 227 more words

Silda Wall Spitzer to Moderate Panel on Resilience at 2016 Green Building Conference

The 2016 New York State Green Building Conference is less than a week away! We are looking forward to hosting the conference for the 14th year, providing an opportunity for students, professionals, and academics involved with the science and practice of green building to share their knowledge and experiences through keynote addresses, technical sessions, and panel discussions. 156 more words



Before I hit the stage presenting information I want to hit the net describing my plans.

Who am I you ask?  Gail Johnson, REALTOR, currently in Arizona, since 1997 and Broker/Owner of Green Home Properties since 2009.   253 more words