Expanding the Sustainable Vision, A New Tool for Water Conservation, and Potable Water from Snow Machines?

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Expanding the Sustainable Vision, A New Tool for Water Conservation, and Potable Water from Snow Machines?

Green Builder Media's February 26, 2015 Vantage Enewsletter
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Our most ambitious project to date, the VISION House at Mariposa Meadows is on track to open this summer. When completed, off-the-grid research center and low-impact residences will share space with wildlife in the Colorado Rockies.

Depending on a variety of variables from kind of snow, density and temperature, one can get somewhere between 100 and 120 gallons of water from one ton of snow. Here's how it works.

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Pipeline Drama Continues The Keystone XL Pipeline drama continues—President Obama just vetoed a bill proposed by Congress to approve construction of the $8 billion project, saying that the legislation would “circumvent longstanding and proven processes” for evaluating a project like this one.

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Water Index Launched The Green Builder Coalition has developed a new index for both indoor and outdoor water conservation. Here's how the tool was developed and how you can use it to promote your water-smart green homes.

9 Ways to Get Your Site Right Do you have an hour to kill while on a mind-numbing conference call or perhaps an intern wandering the halls at loose ends? Audit your website! Here are 9 quick ways to make your website the perfect portal for green building pros.

Altered States: Snow to Drinking Water Depending on a variety of variables from kind of snow, density and temperature, one can get somewhere between 100 and 120 gallons of water from one ton of snow. Here's how it works.

Green Goings-On Looking to network with like-minded, green building professionals? Check out our Green Goings On listing, which is regularly updated with information about important upcoming green conferences and events.

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