+ Why is it important to buy or build a green?
+ What defines a green built home or project?
+ Is a green home more expensive?
+ Who builds green in New Mexico and where?
+ Why is building efficiently catching on?
+ Are there any drawbacks to building green?
+ How do I retrofit an existing home green?
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Home Builders’ Association of Central New Mexico
New Mexico Recycling Coalition
PNM's solar credit system
New Mexico Coalition for Clean Affordable Energy
EEBA-Energy & Environmental Building Association
SBIC-Sustainable Buildings Industry Council
NAHB-National Association of Home Builders
Home Innovation Research Labs
AAMA-American Architectural Manufacturers Association
ASES-The American Solar Energy Society
EPAs Energy Star Label Program (Appliances, Windows, Air-Source/Geothermal Heat Pumps, Boilers, Central AC, Furnaces, Thermostats, Ventilating Fans, Sky Lights, Ceiling Fans, Roofing, Lighting)
NFRC-National Fenestration Rating Council (Windows, Sky Lights)
EWC-Efficient Windows Collaborative (Windows, Sky Lights)
NSF-National Sanitation Foundation (Water Filtration, Water Softeners)
RESNET-Residential Energy Services Network (HERS Raters-Diagnostic Testing)
CRI-Carpet & Rug Institute-IAQ Green Label Program (Low-Emitting Carpet, Cushions, Adhesives,
Green Guard Environmental Institute (Low-Emitting Indoor products, Building Materials)
BEES Life Cycle Assessment - Nat. Inst. of Standards & Tech. (NIST)
Athena™ Environmental Impact Estimator - Sustainable Materials Institute
SFI-Sustainable Forest Initiative®
The American Tree Farm System®
ICC 700 National Green Building Standard Certification
Green Building Programs Around The Country
Earth Craft House™
Austin Energy's-Sustainable Building Sourcebook