Building Green: A Complete How-To Guide

Granted I have the home-building ability of a camera case, but still, I’m glad that more and more books are coming out about green building techniques. A lot of these methods are just good sense, not just good for the environment, and I’m all for good sense:

Link: Treehugger: Building Green: A Complete How-To Guide.

"the first step-by-step green building guide that I’ve seen. The book is lavishly illustrated with photographs showing each step of the building process. The authors, Clarke Snell and Tim Callahan, explain techniques like Earth Plastering, Straw Bale Construction, Living Roofs, Cordwood Building and Cob Building. At over 600 pages this is a hefty book and highly useful for anyone wanting to see the nitty-gritty details of green building"

2 thoughts on “Building Green: A Complete How-To Guide”

  1. Not yet, m’dear – but someday I may want to. In the meantime, I’m always game for gathering up good resources – even if I can’t use them right now, I know there are always others who can.


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