25 Years of Prescience
May 06, 2009
A version of this article appears in the May/June 2009 issue of Home Energy Magazine.
I’m honored to be at the helm of this ground-breaking publication at this critical time in our nation’s building and energy sectors. This is a unique time when there is a renewed interest in building science and a new appreciation of the link between how we (re)build and use energy and water in our homes, and their impact on both the local environment and global climate.
|TOM WHITE is the publisher of Home Energy magazine. Tom has over thirty years of experience in publishing, including Whole Earth Review, Greater Good magazine and the Social Enterprise Reporter. He also has restored and retrofitted award-winning historic homes with his domestic partner.|
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– Mimi Burbage, Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
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useful and objective resource in my weatherization and home performance toolbox. Thanks for helping us keep up to speed during these challenging and exciting energy times.”
– Lisa Kesecker, West Virginia Governors Office of Economic Opportunity
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