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Re: GBlist: commerical constr. market
>I have noticed that most of the information that I find on "green
>building" is for the home building market. At this moment I am
>particularly interested in learning about sustainable building methods
>and materials that can be effectively utilized by contractors working
>in the institutional and commercial markets. If anyone has
>information about books, products, web sites, contacts, etc.,
> that can help me in my pursuit please let me know.
The content of Environmental Building News is pretty evenly split between
topics of interest to commercial and residential designers and
builders--at least that's been our intent--we'd love to hear how others
Also, we have just released our new E Build Library CD-ROM containing all
back issues of the newsletter in text-searchable format, which should
contain much of what you're looking for.
In terms of other resources, there are many. All subscribers get a free
copy of our annotated bibliography of green building information
resources, which will next be update for December 1997 publication.
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