Going Green, Ward Burton And Sustainable Building Solutions

Top Quote Going Green With Ward Burton announces a new series called "Sustainable Building Solutions". End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 28, 2010 - Going Green with Ward Burton is pleased to announce a new series called "Sustainable Building Solutions" that addresses the need for cleaner and greener ways to build. With governmental regulations, environmental design concerns and skyrocketing energy costs driving the movement toward eco-friendly building materials and design, green ways to build are crucial to ecological well-being. Alternative methods are being developed for the planning, construction and use of buildings and communities among many private and public building entities such as contractors and architects.

    In the United States, the building environment accounts for approximately one-third of all energy, water and materials consumption and generates similar proportions of pollution. As affordable technologies and materials continue to be introduced to the marketplace, we are changing the type of materials we use to construct these buildings. In this "Going Green" series, the strategies used in sustainable architecture that help to minimize the building impacts on our environment will be examined by award-winning host Ward Burton. Ward Burton, the founder of the Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation is an avid outdoorsman, environmental activist, and former NASCAR racing champion.

    Interested viewers can also find out more about Going Green hosted by Ward Burton at goinggreennews.net. From incorporating building materials created from recycled products, to utilizing design elements that foster energy efficiency and water usage, Going Green with Ward Burton will discover how green-buildings promote a healthier indoor atmosphere and make us better stewards of the environment.

    Going Green with Ward Burton will profile industry experts to reveal the connections in sustainable building materials and conservation design strategies. Viewers will learn how sustainable practices can benefit building owners and users, the local community and of course, the global environment.

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