Government initiatives, building grants and an rise of public interest have led developers to try to market houses that contain clean air and reduce energy costs.
This was the first house that was built as part of the Build Smart, Breathe Easier national program, introduced to try and educate and provide housing for families in need.
Whether you like it or not, houseboats might be the homes of the future.
While wasting water may not be the first thing on everyone's mind when talk of saving money comes up, it certainly is a powerful factor in reaching a sustainable home.
Everyone is always looking to save money and cut costs when they can, especially in an area with a harsh climate. There are a few tips you can use to make sure your house stays as warm as efficiently possible.
As more and more homeowners begin the quest to achieving a sustainable house, you see people using their imaginations when it comes time for construction.
Harnessing the power of ocean currents may provide the world with a clean and sustainable source of energy all over the world.
The weather outside your home can greatly affect your energy bill every month whether you know it or not, but planting trees is a great way to reduce those costs.
Making green decisions during construction and furnishing of your house can save you money and reduce your carbon footprint on the world around you.
Water is too expensive to waste, so innovations in washing machines are making strides to become more sustainable.