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Living roofs: green miracles that also cool buildings.(CURRENTS)(green roofing): An article from: E
This digital document is an article from E, published by Earth Action Network, Inc. on July 1, 2005. The length of the article is 1118 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker
Planting Green Roofs and Living Walls
The green roof industry is booming and the technology changing fast as professionals respond to the unique challenges of each new implementation. In this comprehensively updated, fully revised edition of their authoritative reference, Nigel Dunnett and Noel Kingsbury reveal the very latest
Green Living in the Urban Jungle
Embracing an eco-friendly lifestyle can be a daunting prospect for the average urban dweller. Synthetic surroundings are miles away from inspiring pastoral scenes, and the temptation to indulge in a spot of mindless consumerism lurks around every corner. To exacerbate matters, urban dwellers are
What Would the Buddha Recycle?: The Zen of Green Living
Green is the colour of enlightenment. If the Buddha were alive today, he'd be the living embodiment of green living. He'd be collecting cans on the roadside, riding his bike to work, and replacing all his light bulbs - one little satori at a time. In "What Would the Buddha Recycle", you can channel
Greenopia, Los Angeles: The Urban Dweller's Guide to Green Living (Greenopia series)
Updated and expanded with more than 1,100 independently reviewed local listings of green businesses, retailers, service providers, and organizations in the Los Angeles area, this guide is an indispensable reference for eco-friendly shopping. It also offers practical advice
Generation Green: The Ultimate Teen Guide to Living an Eco-Friendly Life
We all know about the Earth's environmental crisis, but there is someone who can truly make a difference: you. If you text your friends or chat with them online, download music to your iPod, or toss bottles and papers into recycling bins, you're already more eco-savvy than you think. It's just as
The Green Kitchen Handbook: Practical Advice, References, & Sources for Transforming the Center of Your Home into a Healthy, Livable Place
The Green Kitchen Handbook contains basic tips on and simple solutions to: what to look for on packaged food labels, how to recognize which food additives to avoid, and how to buy organic foods as inexpensively and conveniently as supermarket foods. And it offers advice for more ambitious projects
How To Live Green: Tips And Techniques For Reducing Your Carbon Footprint!
With all the information out there in the news and on the internet most people are at least aware of pollution problems. The issue is more serious in some areas but the fact remains that we all contribute to it. The concern is that with more people on Earth now and more pollution we are harming our
The Green Beauty Guide: Your Essential Resource to Organic and Natural Skin Care, Hair Care, Makeup, and Fragrances
Go green and get gorgeous The promise of beauty is as close as the drugstore aisleŚshampoo that gives your hair more body, lotions that smooth away wrinkles, makeup that makes your skin look flawless, and potions that take it all off again. But while conventional products say they'll make you
Green Living
The Whole Earth Catalog for the next generation. Experts suggest that by 2005, 40 percent of American homes will buy organic, yet a large majority have only a limited knowledge of how to actually make informed, green choices. Green Living , from the editors of E/The Environmental Magazine