Few people realize that poor design and inefficient buildings account for half America’s energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. On this edition of Bioneers, master builder John Abrams finds that tapping human ingenuity with a long view will serve future generations, the environment and the human spirit.  The kind of green building Abrams employs necessarily addresses the architecture of communities, businesses and the human heart.

ON Bioneers | February 28, 2014 | 9:30 am

Thinking Like Cathedral Builders: Green Building for the Long Haul

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Few people realize that poor design and inefficient buildings account for half America’s energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. On this edition of Bioneers, master builder John Abrams finds that tapping human ingenuity with a long view will serve future generations, the environment and the human spirit.  The kind of green building Abrams employs necessarily addresses the architecture of communities, businesses and the human heart.

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