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6 Ways to Green Your Home: Irrigation

The countless articles published every day on climate change, the depletion of the ozone layer, water shortages, air and water pollution, and carbon emissions remind us that our environment is suffering. Though it may be tempting to point fingers, we each must accept responsibility for the current problems. So what do we do? How can we ever hope to mitigate, and perhaps even reverse, the crisis? The solution lies in you and me.

The Roots of a Greener home

The Roots of a Greener Home

The Roots of a Greener Home describes more than 150 projects and practices that will help you “green” your home, your surroundings, and your lifestyle.

Elements of a Green Home: Materials & Water

Elements of a Green Home: Materials & Water

This part of the course will discuss how the materials installed in a home will effect the comfort and health of residents as well as the global environment, and will look at how water is used and may be conserved in the home.

Elements of a Green Home: IEQ and Innovation

This specific course is part two in our three-part series that introduces the LEED for Homes rating system. In this installation, we will look at issues related to indoor environments and at the design innovation involved in residential construction.

Elements of a Green Home: Sites & Energy

The course explores how to use green technology and systems in home building and renovation. The course also includes lessons learned from building San Antonio’s first LEED Platinum town home projects.

LEED v4 Home Essentials: Materials

The series will guide you through the steps that the project team must complete to earn credit. We’ll also discuss the intent of key credits and the benefits of their fulfillment. Finally, we’ll go over some specific products, designs, and techniques that can be used to meet the credit requirements and even exceed them.

LEED v4 Home Essentials: Water

This course will look at the effects of these changes as well as dive into the credits and requirements that pertain to residential buildings going for LEED certification.

LEED v4 Home Essentials: Energy

The series will guide you through the steps that the project team must complete to earn credit. We’ll also discuss the intent of key credits and the benefits of their fulfillment. Finally, we’ll go over some specific products, designs, and techniques that can be used to meet the credit requirements and even exceed them.

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