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Why Do You Build Green?

Shot at the West Coast Green Conference last year.

Last year I came to West Coast Green
for the first time and found it to be a very well put-together conference. Most of the time I spent working at my booth (GreenBuildingAdvisor.com) but I was able to sneak away for a long presentation by Bill Reed on Integrated Design. An excellent presentation and if he does it again this year, I recommend it. Because I was at the booth for so long, I decided to have a little fun with my video camera. I began asking people a simple question and recording the answers.


For those at home, Why do _YOU_ build green?

One Comment

  1. Jim Blodgett | | #1

    Why do I build green?
    I don't claim to be a green builder, but I'm trying. Why? Because a lot of what I consider "green building" makes sense. It's a way for me to take responsibility for being part of the solution, instead of the problem. Building energy efficient homes, with sustainably harvested lumber, using as many local products as possible just seems to make sense to me on many different levels. The principles just ring true.

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