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Category Archives: Sustainability
Developer Jim Rhodes is applying for a zoning change from low density rural to high-density community development on a ridge that sits 1,500 feet above the pristine Red Rock Conservation Area. Continue reading
November 13 and 14, 2016, will provide a real treat with what is referred to as a Supermoon. Continue reading
By Craig A. Ruark You don’t need to build a new office building to become green. In fact, building a new building is quite counter-intuitive to the basic premises and mantra of being green, “Reuse, Reduce, Recycle.” The following are … Continue reading
When you’re organizing your spring cleaning keep in mind that switching to green cleaning products will improve your health, lessen adverse environmental impacts and save money. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), of the 2,863 most commonly used … Continue reading