VOICES FROM THE INDUSTRY: Green building should be the norm, not the anomaly

I cringed when I heard the news: Indiana is second to last when it comes to being green. We're supposed to be America's heartland. But instead of being known for the life sciences, economic initiatives or even our corn fields, we're getting recognized for our dirty air and water. Last year, Forbes conducted a study to find the greenest states in the country. Vermont, Oregon and Washington topped the list. At the bottom: Alabama, Indiana and West Virginia. While Indiana...

 

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