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Ron Jones, President Green Builder Media

Thursday, March 13, 2014 - 5:00pm

CAMPAIGN: Ethical and Sustainable Living

CONTENT: Blog

Nobody loves acronyms more than the military and intelligence agencies, so “NAC”, the popular abbreviation for “No Apparent Change”, is commonly used in updated reports to indicate that whatever is currently being observed or monitored has not changed much from previous versions, a convenient way to save time and space.

In this case, I am reporting that NAC applies to the newly updated official policy of the National Association of Home Builders on green building and sustainability. Allow me to explain…

During the opening session of the inaugural (and now defunct) National Green Building Conference, held in Denver fifteen years ago this spring, the then-president of NAHB told the audience that the organization recognized green building as the future of the industry and pledged support for voluntary green building initiatives and programs, asserting that acceptance and advances in green building must be “market driven”.

Click here to Read more about NAC on GreenBuilder. 

Keywords: Environment | Environment | Green Builder Media | NAHB | Ron Jones | sustainability

CAMPAIGN: Ethical and Sustainable Living

CONTENT: Blog

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