Sometimes the old peepers need a little rest. This is where National Public Radio comes in handy.

Click here to listen to a report from NPR’s All Things Considered about how President Obama’s economic stimulus plan will reserve about $5 billion in federal aid for home weatherizing projects. This will, in turn, create homegrown green jobs, save energy and slow global warming.

Via [NPR]

Matt Hickman ( @mattyhick ) writes about design, architecture and the intersection between the natural world and the built environment.

Weather(izing) the storm
Tired of reading about the dire state of the economy? Listen to some good green news about Obama's economic stimulus plan at NPR.