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Al Gore, Global Green Building Council Chairs Open Greenbuild Al Gore, Global Green Building Council Chairs Open Greenbuild

Opening plenary brings together U.S. and international green building pros, leaders, and advocates. More

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Al Gore Addresses West Coat Green

In front of a supportive and excited crowd the last morning of West Coast Green, vice president-turned-environmental-spokesman Al Gore recognized green building advocates for their leadership, encouraged continued diligence toward developing energy alternatives, and reiterated his ambitious goals for shifting U.S. energy sources toward renewables. More

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Gore outed for home-energy

As former House Speaker Tip O'Neill was known to say, “All politics is local.” Such has been the case for former Vice President Al Gore, who, in April, got the green light to install 33 photovoltaic panels on the roof of his Nashville, Tenn., home following lengthy city council negotiations that culminated in a zoning change to allow solar. More

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BUILDER Blocks: The Week in Review

Mar. 23, 2007: Al Gore's solar-home dream is caught up in red tape; Fannie Mae predicts a 7 percent to 8 percent drop in new-homes sales; and the best home building Web sites trends are announced. BUILDER Online catches you up with the news you might have missed. More

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