Monday, August 6, 2007

Colorado, Redirect to Green Resources

Thanks to Denver Infill Blog who notes "One of the many reasons why urban infill is so important to our community is that it's a very sustainable form of development. Urban infill is anti-sprawl. Instead of constructing new travelways, utilities, and buildings in undeveloped greenfield areas, urban infill projects take advantage of existing infrastructure and increase the utility of land in already established areas. Urban places like Downtown Denver also are home to many environmentally sound and healthy practices like LEED-certified buildings, public transit, pedestrianism, etc."

Like a "Green" Yellow Pages for Colorado.

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