Documentary Worth Watching: Building Green

While I enjoy the idea of green living, the following documentary talks about extreme ways of living green as well as somewhat reasonable ways (especially if you live in climates like California experiences). I enjoyed the approach of the documentary, as well as the fact that it was a project with multiple facets from start to finish.

If you are interested in green building, or at least have an interest in the technology available, you’ll want to check out this playlist of videos.

Details: Building Green is pioneering and entertaining television with an eco-friendly twist, on a mission is to inspire viewers to discover just how easy, cost-effective and healthy it can be to go green, and to dispel myths about environmentally-conscious lifestyles.

Host Kevin Contreras leads an interactive exploration of green building techniques and alternatives, from the eye-popping extreme to the green mainstream, all while demonstrating that healthy choices don’t mean sacrificing style or comfort.

From blue jean insulation to bamboo flooring, Kevin Contreras, host and creator of Building Green, will introduce viewers to every aspect of green building using the design and construction of his own green Santa Barbara dream home as a living workshop.

These series includes 13 videos (each 25 minutes long): Breaking Ground, Foundation, Framing and Roofing, Straw Bales, Doors and Windows, Exterior Finishes, Interior Finishes, Floors and Closets, Lighting, Water, Landscaping, Interior Design and The Finale.

Note: These videos are posted here for you to preview. If you enjoy them, please go out and either purchase them or request them from their original source. I am not hosting these videos, nor did I upload them to the hosts I am utilizing to allow you to preview this video today.

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