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CodeWatcher Article Part 2: Bipartison Support of IECC
The second article of a 9-part series addresses why Republicans and Democrats Passed a Federal Law Embracing Improvements to Each IECC Update
CodeWatcher Article Part 1: The IECC Is a Life Safety Code: Make It the Law
The first blog in a series on the IECC explains why it may get a bad rap and why if should be adopted by municipalities nationwide.
CodeWatcher article: “Love and the IECC: A New ‘Romance Series’ ” Debuts
CodeWatcher's introduction to its “9-Part Romance Series on America’s Model Energy Code (the IECC) for Building and Fire Officials”
National Association of Home Builders Article: How to Communicate the Benefits of Green Homes
A look at one question in the NAHB's latest survey "What Home Buyers Really Want" - and how much buyers are willing to pay for energy-efficiency.
New York Times Op-Ed: An Important Vote for the Climate
Local officials across the country will have a chance to vote on new energy efficiency standards for buildings in November. But few tend to vote.
Article: The Green New Deal aims to get buildings off fossil fuels. These 6 places have already started.
Some cities are using energy standards and other approaches to reduce the 40 percent of greenhouse gases caused by powering buildings.