The Green Building Bible
15 Nov 2006
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The Green Building Bible’ is an ambitious name for any book to boast, although this third and latest edition of the Green Building Press’s guide to all things sustainable in construction, has perhaps the strongest claim to the title. It contains over 40 essays on all aspects of eco building, 80 pages of information and contact details for trade bodies, interest groups, professionals and products, as well as several in-depth examples of specific eco-building projects.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office” />
If the book was to have a downfall, it would be the presumption that readers are already aware of terms used within the industry. It can leave you feeling a little thrown in at the deep end. Fortunately there is a glossary at hand and after the first few chapters, you’ll be more then equipped to chat about VOC’s and SIP’s.
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