Notes from Green This Old House

My thanks to all of the guests and panelists for participating in Green This Old House last night.  The store was packed with inquisitive minds, and our panel was incredibly informative.

As promised, here are some resources that were mentioned by the panel last night.  I encourage any and all to start a dialogue and/or add your own resources using the comments tool.

Educational:
U.S. Green Building Council: http://www.usgbc.org

Info on the USGBC’s LEED Certification program: http://www.usgbc.org/DisplayPage.aspx?CategoryID=19

Energy:
Energy and Environmental Ratings Alliance: http://www.ratingsalliance.org

Illinois Solar Association: http://www.illinoissolar.org

Waste Management:
ReBuilding Exchange: http://www.delta-institute.org/rebuildingexchange

Habitat for Humanity ReStore: http://www.habitat.org/env/restores.aspx

The ReUse People: http://www.thereusepeople.org

Murco: http://www.murco.net

Presenters:
Tom Bassett-Dilley: http://www.drawingonplace.com
Marty Bhatia, Om Homes: http://www.omdevelopmentllc.com
Jim Gill, Energy360 Solutions: (708) 969-0345

And finally, remember the words of Tom Bassett-Dilley: “Good design begins with a good understanding of your environment.”

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