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Environmental

Extreme Heat Could Kickstart Large-Scale Climate Migration

Over 100 million Americans could be displaced due to extreme temperatures in the next 30 years, according to recent land-surface measurements from the First Street Foundation

Flooring

Embarking on an Eco-Friendly Home Remodel? Try These Green Flooring Options

Taking on a green home remodeling project starts from the ground up, which is why it's important to select the most sustainable flooring products made from natural materials

Environmental

KB Home Plans to Build EPA WaterSense Labeled Homes in Drought-Stricken Southwest

KB Home recently announced its plans to build WaterSense-labeled homes in Arizona, California, and Nevada, making it the first national home builder to commit to EPA's highest water-efficiency standards

NAHB

High Court EPA Ruling Has Wider Ramifications for Regulations' Reach

NAHB Policy Briefing: Wider ramifications of Supreme Court's EPA ruling; number of Hispanic workers in construction is on the rise

Sustainability

10 Materials to Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly

Sustainable homes are more than just a trend. They are increasingly becoming a good way to save money, boost your homes' market value, increase comfort, and reduce your carbon footprint

Environmental

In the Midst of a Drought, California Is Building More Homes

Californians are limiting their water consumption in more ways than one, but their efforts seem futile as state leaders announce plans to build millions of new homes

Environmental

Purchases of Second Homes With High Natural-Disaster Risk Surged Roughly 40% During the Pandemic

Rising sea levels, dangerous temperatures, deadly storms—the consequences of climate change are mounting, and these new homeowners may be in the direct line of fire

Environmental

Builders Race to Future-Proof New Residential Development Against Climate Change

New residential projects are employing resilient building techniques to withstand the intensifying effects of climate change in the decades to come

Codes + Standards

Federal Government Announces Initiative to Disaster-Proof Homes

The National Climate Task Force is pushing a federal initiative to fortify and protect homes in extreme weather hotspots across the United States

New-Construction Projects

California Builders Are Unfazed by Statewide Drought

California is struggling to navigate a severe drought, but that doesn't seem to be slowing the pace of new home construction

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