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October 2012

Published on October 30, 2012 Written by Jane Turville Posted in Greenbuild

Join us at the Greenbuild Film Festival to view “The Greenest Building.”

While not always recognized as a consumer product, buildings are in fact one of our most significant manufactured goods. And, like all manufacturing, construction of buildings...

Published on October 22, 2012 Written by Jennifer Easton Posted in Greenbuild

Year of the Dragon. Summer of Love. Time-stamping cultural movements isn’t a new phenomenon, but the “Decade of Downtown” is.

Declared by San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, the Decade of Downtown heralds a shift toward developing San Antonio’s downtown neighborhoods. The only question that remains is: How?

In their Greenbuild 2012...

Published on October 17, 2012 Written by Adam Bearup Posted in Greenbuild

Join me for an hour of excitement and adventure at the Greenbuild Film Festival and view “Sheltered: Underground and Off the Grid.”

The earth shelter project, an underground, off-the-grid farm, shown in our documentary, was delayed several months due to a...

Published on October 16, 2012 Written by Mara Baum Posted in Greenbuild

A green education hub, many of the nation’s most sustainable K-12 schools and colleges are within quick reach of central San Francisco. These institutions and communities have graciously opened their doors to Greenbuild attendees, offering tour-goers a rare insider’s view of the secrets behind the successes at a great group of youth spaces, as...

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