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GTI Plan Transforms L.A. River District Into Eco-Paradise

Visionaries at the Green Technology┬áInstitute (GTI) have a bold new plan for the city of Los Angeles. The Institute proposes transforming the land along the L.A. River into a futuristic┬á “Cleantech Corridor” aptly named Green River Village. It will encompass … Continue reading

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The USGBC Anounces Top Ten Leed-Certified States

The top ten list of states engaged in LEED-certified building projects in 2010 was just released by the U.S. Green Building Council. The council looked at commercial and institutional green buildings all over the country, measuring square footage on a … Continue reading

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2011 Historic Chicago Bungalow and Green Home Expo Comes To The Merchandise Mart

For over a century, the Chicago bungalow has been not only an icon of contemporary urban culture, but it has also been a treasure chest of solid sustainable resources in an ever-shifting housing industry. In this city takes their bungalows … Continue reading

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Discover the 27th Ward in the Encyclopedia of Chicago

The Encyclopedia of Chicago is a landmark historical reference for information on Chicago’s rich past. With its abundant text, photographs, maps, and other archival material, compiled over more than a decade, the Encyclopedia is the most comprehensive treatment of a … Continue reading

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