Materials Catherine Mohr talking at TED conference

Published on April 27th, 2010 | by Zachary Shahan

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Looking at Embodied Energy when Building Green [VIDEO]

In a great discussion of how you need to look beyond the surface, both literally and figuratively, when trying to build a green house (or making other decisions in life), in this TED talk below Catherine Mohr looks at how complicated evaluating different options in a green light can be.

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Here’s the “Catherine Mohr builds green” TED video.

The last part is definitely something to think about if you are considering building a new house or renovating one.

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3 Responses to Looking at Embodied Energy when Building Green [VIDEO]

  1. Pingback: Looking at Embodied Energy when Building Green [VIDEO] | Eco Build Products

  2. Liz Stanley says:

    If you are considering building a new house or renovating one, some of the sessions at this free, virtual event next week may be of interest: http://www.sustainabilitynowevent.com

  3. Liz Stanley says:

    If you are considering building a new house or renovating one, some of the sessions at this free, virtual event next week may be of interest: http://www.sustainabilitynowevent.com

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