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The How 2 Build Green Podcast is a sustainable lifestyle podcast. Focusing on how we live in not only our homes and buildings but how we interact with the planet. We are accelerating change in the way we live and the way we consume the Earth's resources. This is also designed to give you specific how to information that you can integrate in your own life. Some might be thinking about building their own home, becoming a sustainable building contractor, or just living a more organic and free life. You’re in the right place if this sounds meaningful to you!

How 2 Build Green: The Sustainability Podcast Sustainability, energy saving, green building, and green energy. How to bui

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    • 4.6, 20 Ratings

The How 2 Build Green Podcast is a sustainable lifestyle podcast. Focusing on how we live in not only our homes and buildings but how we interact with the planet. We are accelerating change in the way we live and the way we consume the Earth's resources. This is also designed to give you specific how to information that you can integrate in your own life. Some might be thinking about building their own home, becoming a sustainable building contractor, or just living a more organic and free life. You’re in the right place if this sounds meaningful to you!

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

Grombler ,

Great topics discussed

Quality production and great topics

Oops_I_Put_up_the_volume_to_loud_and_now_im_deaf ,

Not impressed. More numbers less opinion.

I was first drawn to this podcast by the greywater systems episode as I’m a graduate student and looking to expand my knowledge on LEED construction practices. Suffice to say I was thoroughly unimpressed by the “sustainability” quips about being environmentally conscious and being renewable. We all agree these are excellent goals for the construction industry, but I found the use of empirical data and efficiency performance to be lacking. Mind you, off the top of my head water metering is part of the LEED building checklist so it would have been nice to see how greywater systems compare with other buildings or systems that do not use renewable appliances.

Overall, it is a fair treatment to hear about what systems or appliances are being used. Not as effective in backing up with studies and empirical/numerical data.

DavidSparkman ,

Extremely valuable, useful, and important information and ideas

These podcasts are informative and extremely inspiring, providing sound ideas on a more sustainable way to live. I had the good fortune to meet Adam Fries a couple of weeks ago and learned an enormous amount from him, found him to be extremely knowledgeable and optimistic about building, and am grateful he has put all of this information up here. Thanks again...

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