Green Materials

Cement May be Able to Soak Up Greenhouse Gases
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Cement May be Able to Soak Up Greenhouse Gases

New finding could alter global emissions reduction plans. More

Insulating Homes with Natural Sheep's Wool
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Insulating Homes with Natural Sheep's Wool

Havelock Wool is pioneering the use of unaltered sheep’s wool as an... More

The Next Big Thing: Healthy Homes
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The Next Big Thing: Healthy Homes

Buyers are demanding--and paying more for--homes that don't make them sick. More

How Much Can Tesla Charge For Its Solar Roof Tiles to Be Competitive?
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How Much Can Tesla Charge For Its Solar Roof Tiles to Be Competitive?

Consumer Reports calculates what Tesla’s new solar tile would have to cost to give... More

 Could Flax Be The New Plywood?
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Could Flax Be The New Plywood?

Christien Meinderstma's Flax Chair is an elegant, sophisticated chair designed out... More

A New Wind and Solar-Powered EV-Charging Car Port Gets a New Look
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A New Wind and Solar-Powered EV-Charging Car Port Gets a New Look

A Swedish firm seeks to bring aesthetic designs to functional car ports for... More

This New Home Celebrates Its Old Bones
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This New Home Celebrates Its Old Bones

Reclaimed wood is one of the main features of this green home in Arlington, Va. More

This New Furniture is Grown from Mushroom Materials
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This New Furniture is Grown from Mushroom Materials

At the 2016 Greenbuild Expo earlier this month, Ecovative Design launched a new... More

High-Performance Products from the Greenbuild KB Home ProjeKt
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High-Performance Products from the Greenbuild KB Home ProjeKt

This sampling of environmentally friendly building materials, surfaces, and... More

Rocking the Cradle to Cradle
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Rocking the Cradle to Cradle

Bill McDonough's suggestion for businesses to reconcile investment in... More

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