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    Shout out to Melissa Hincha-Ownby at

    August 18, 2009 by Ian Bryan

    Melissa, who keeps mnn's blog on whats hot in green business, was kind enough to put together a post on West Coast Green (read it here). She also included a brief video shot by CNET which covers "how to make water out of thin air" and other West Coast Green specials. Check out Melissa's blog at Watch the CNET video:

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    SF Chronicle: West Coast Green is back!

    August 07, 2009 by Ian Bryan

    West Coast Green is back in town

    West Coast Green, an annual gathering of architects, contractors, entrepreneurs and designers -- as well as plain old homeowners interested in building green -- has announced the dates for its 2009 conference in San Francisco.

    The event, which describes itself as "the largest conference on green innovation for the built environment", and …

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    Home Depot Foundation, Habitat for Humanity Give Green Building a $30M Boost

    August 07, 2009 by Ian Bryan

    Home Depot FoundationThe Home Depot Foundation, a West Coast Green Partner, recently announced they are expanding their partnership with Habitat for Humanity, dedicated to promoting sustainable building.  The Sustainable Building program is a 5-year, $30 million dollar venture aiming to create 5,000 homes that meet the Energy Star guidelines or the higher green building standards.  The program will begin at the end of August and so will the …

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    What Ed Mazria has to say about Section 201 within the ACES Bill

    July 29, 2009 by Annie Gibbons

    "Why Ed Mazria likes the American Clean Energy and Security (ACES) bill" by Amy Senn, July 24, 2009

    "Section 201 covers building energy codes – that’s right, building energy codes – that will transform the entire built environment in the United States by 2050. That’s because Section 201 affects all new building and major renovations. By 2050, more than three-quarters of the built environment in the U.S. will be either new or renovated."

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