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Folder Green Rebuild - Wine Country

Green Rebuild - Wine Country

Collaborative effort to make information available to those involved in Greening the Rebuilding of Wine Country after the fires of 2017.

Documents

AirSeal Nordbye

From the Rebuild Green EXPO in Santa Rosa on February 23, 2018

Allowable Shears for Plastered Straw-Bale Walls, Achheim, Jalali, Ash, Donahue, Hammer Popular

PDF ASCE Journal, M. Aschheim; S. Jalali, C. Ash, K. Donahue, M. Hammer, 2014

ARTICLE - Engineering Evaluation of Fire Damage to Concrete Foundations Popular

By Peter Marxhausen, M.S. P.E. in Structure, dated August, 2014

ARTICLE - Five Steps to Rebuilding Wildfire-Ravaged Communities by Larry Bernstein Popular

California's recent bout of fires has many wondering how to build with resiliency in mind.

ARTICLE - How to Afford an Architect Popular

by Duo Dickinson, Fine Homebuilding.com, Issue 195

ARTICLE -The key to tackling climate change: electrify everything Popular

Article by David Roberts from Vox.com, dated October 27, 2017

ARTICLE- Rebuild or rethink: Fire destruction offers opportunity in Santa Rosa Popular

San Francisco Chronicle, by Lizzie Johnson and Kevin Fagen, dated October 29, 2017

Charles Cormany EFCA Rebuild Expo C Cormany 2018 2 23

Presentation to the Rebuild Green EXPO in Santa Rosa on February 23, 2018

Community Redesign Fisher

From RebuildGreen EXPO in Santa Rosa on February 23, 2018

EDITORIAL - Rebuild Santa Rosa the right way Popular

San Francisco Chronicle, October 26, 2017, San Francisco Chronicle Editorial Board

EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES Burke

From the Rebuild Green EXPO in Santa Rosa on February 23, 2018

Education SonomaCo Condon

From Rebuild Green EXPO in Santa Rosa on February 23, 2018

Energy Code Ace - Recover and Rebuild Fact Sheet

Energy Code Ace - Recover and Rebuild Fact Sheet

California Energy Commission Energy Code Ace fact sheet on Residential Recover and Rebuild.

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California's Building Energy Code (also known as Title 24, Part 6) enables homeowners to build Zero Net Energy homes that save on their electricity and natural gas bills - and by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, helps the environment. If your home needs to be repaired or rebuilt, you may need to comply with this code.