Inhabitat reports on the groundbreaking of Rock Row, an affordable development in LA’s Eagle Rock neighborhood that’s the city’s first small lot subdivision to be certified under the LEED for Homes program.
The Times clues us in ona new prefab home made from paper — resin-soaked cellulose from recycled cardboard and newspapers, to be exact. It's meant to provide shelter for victims of natural disasters, refugees and other displaced folks.
Great Green Goods likes Jen Khoshbin’s Recycled Deer Trophies — unusual objects d’art for modern, taxidermy-free homes.
GreenBiz.com announces that Clorox has added a new product to its Green Works line of household cleaners: a biodegradable wipe made from cellulose fibers harvested from FSC-certified forests.
The San Francisco Chronicle details support groups in Berkeley, Calif., that help residents lower their carbon footprints at home and elsewhere. The AA-esque meetings are "part social, part confessional and partly about accountability."
Ideal Bite digs Brooklyn-based Brave Space Design's Tetris-inspired Tetrad shelving units; they're available in bamboo or FSC-certified birch or walnut.
I’ll be back next week with a second green home audit (“the one bedroom rental” edition), suggestions on how to eco-size the chips n’ dip vessels at your Super Bowl gathering, and more. I'll leave you with a video, "This Lawn is Your Lawn," from the Eat the View campaign.
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