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  • ... installations decorate the inside and out of Harrison House in Joshua Tree. [scald=73623:kl_image_original_context ... out from inside a capsule-shaped temple, made of earth and straw . The dome ceiling is hung with a flock of plasma-cut, aluminum birds, ...
  • ... see what is being done to keep this part of Orange County green and ready for everyone to enjoy.   Saturday @ 5PM -- "Straw Bale House " It may sound a little Three Little Pigs-ish, but ...
  • This week, Huell learns that green architecture can be more than solar panels. The green ... Emergency Vehicle Parade:Sunday - April 18, 7:30pm: Straw Bale House - Natural building encompasses a wide range of building ...
  • ... In this show , Allen covers all of the different green components used in making both the house and garden Earth friendly. ...
  • The fatigues aren't the only things that are green in the military. Correspondent Brian Rooney shows how the military is adopting sustainability and going green . ...
  • ... and preservationist of Southwestern culture. The Lummis House , today a historic museum, was built by Lummis in the late nineteenth ...
  • New York City is known for its diversity, a fact that isn't always reflected in its low-income housing, which often ignores the social and cultural aspects of the community. This episode follows New York developer Jonathan Rose through Irvington, Harlem and the Bronx, in which his sustainably-designed buildings are changing the perception of affordable housing.

  • Was Martin Luther King an environmentalist? Was his deep engagement with and passionate pursuit of social justice of a piece with his contemporaries' advocacy of wilderness preservation? Actually, yes.
  • ... included in Room of Advances at the MAK Center Schindler House in West Hollywood (through September 7, with a special panel discussion ... are the curators of the MAK Center show .) These three shows taken alone and together more than succeed in positioning Greene , ...
  • Host Huell Howser investigates the innovative and creative ways Californians are trying to solve environmental challenges.

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