Original story by: Marija B. Vader for the Colorado Springs Business Journal The owner of a new home in the Colorado Springs subdivision, Gold Hill Mesa, filed suit this month against the builder, saying the home is not as energy-efficient as the builder purported. Further, the builder knew the home wasn’t as energy-efficient during the sales process, said … Continue reading Homeowners Sue Builder for Energy Inefficient Home
Not every apartment, condo or townhouse rental includes free utilities, so for many renters, it is important to use energy efficiently. Reducing energy consumption means saving money, and by adopting a few efficient practices in your apartment, you can keep your money where you want it: your wallet. This utilities advice will guide you on … Continue reading 10 Energy Savings Tips for Renters
The Smoky Hills wind energy project is located along Interstate 70 in Ellsworth and Lincoln Counties, 20 miles west of Salina. This is the largest wind farm in Kansas with more than 100 landowners are participating in the project. Including the land used for roads, turbine foundations and maintenance buildings, less than two percent of … Continue reading Smoky Hills Wind Farm in Kansas
Just hours after presenting my green-centered research agenda to my fellowship steering committee, two disturbing articles came to my attention, that begged me to question, "has going green, gone bad"? This first article highlights the fact that Discovery is dropping its "Planet Green" channel and re-introducing it as "Destination America"... Destination America will include shows … Continue reading Has Going Green, Gone Bad?