Monthly Archives: September 2012

SXSW Eco Grant Program

In an effort to ensure that SXSW Eco is accessible to all members of the sustainability community, the Austin Chronicle is offering to cover full and partial registration fees for students, teachers, government workers, nonprofits, and small businesses. All that’s needed to apply is a brief essay about your personal...
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Change in LEED EB Occupancy Rates

USGBC has announced that the minimum occupancy rate for buildings pursuing LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance has been reduced from the previous 75% minimum threshold to the new 50% minimum program requirement threshold. Technical guidance to illustrate compliance to these requirements will be made available on the USGBC...
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CoverPly

CoverPly is a sustainable composite surface by Little Green, the makers of PaperStone. It is FSC-certified plywood core bonded together on either side by genuine PaperStone. It is made from quality plywood core material that has no voids or core laps and uses FSC-certified paper, FSC-certified plywood and their own...
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Sardegna Marmi

Sardegna Marmi is a collection of Sardinia’s most exquisite and prized marbles. Sardinia’s particular geological history has created a form of marble that is quite different to that of other areas of Italy and the rest of the world, in both looks and quality. When you cast your eyes on...
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