Sustainable Industries announces the Top 10 Green Building Products of 2010. Making the cut is a greywater recycling system, a home energy management device, and glass that gives second life to junked car windshields.
GOOD is also smitten with Resource Furniture, a NYC-based company that sells "attractive, high-design, multifunction, space-saving furniture." As GOOD notes: "We don't have word on prices yet — though you can request quotes for things that interest you — but it's tough to put a price tag on innovations that could help us lead more sustainable lives."
TreeHugger takes a good look at "Cul de Sacs and 11 Other Unexpected Things That Are Making You Fat."
The Los Angeles Times reports from the trenches of Orange County, Calif. where a neighborly dispute over solar panels is underway.
Re-Nest has its hands full of barrels — rain barrels that is — in a round up of 15 DIY and ready-to-buy models.
The New York Times eyes the Windmill from Currey & Company. This cute little table lamp with a shade made from repurposed flour sacks comes with a big price tag: $240.
Design-Milk gives props to the LiquidSquid, an Etsy seller crafting shaggy accent rugs out of recycled T-shirts.
Jetson Green squeezes into the itsy-bitsy L41 House. This energy-efficient 240 square foot domicile was designed my Michael Katz and Janet Corne and will ultimately be sold in bulk for about $50,000 each.
Forbes spreads the word that home improvement giant Lowe's has invested big bucks in San Francisco-based home energy auditor, Recurve. The funds will be used to improve Recurve's existing home energy-efficiency software describe as "Turbo Tax for homes."