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Land beyond LEED

THIS NEW HOUSE (DIY NETWORK) | 05.01.12
Amy checks out the future of a regenerative building at a California home designed to surpass all LEED building standards, pay its own bills and harvest its own water, all while housing a crowd
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The sustainable sites initiative elevates the importance of landscape

Custom Home Magazine | 03.16.12
Tah Mah Lah, a LEED-Platinum home on 2.7 acres in Portola Valley, Calif., has a bio-filtered swimming pool, native plants, and an irrigation system that uses treated blackwater and rainwater collected in a 50,000-gallon cistern.
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Green home of the year

GREEN BUILDER MAGAZINE | 12.01.11
Green Builder Media, North America’s leading media company focused on sustainable living, recently announced the winners of its 4th Annual Green Builder Home of the Year Awards
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The greenest home in the making

FORTUNE/CNN | 05.11.11
Venture capitalist Paul Holland is building America's highest LEED GreenPoint Rated house in Portola Valley, California
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Venture capitalists in ‘greenest home’ race

The Financial Times | 10.13.10
Clean technology is among the hottest sectors in Silicon Valley, with venture capitalists pouring billions of dollars into companies they hope will upend the carbon economy.
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Xanadu. A California couple seeks to build the world’s greenest home

THE ATLANTIC | 07.01.10
Paul Holland and Linda Yates thought it only natural, when they set out to build a luxury home six years ago, that theirs would be the world’s greenest
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San Francisco’s innovative green homes

BUILDER MAGAZINE | 03.11.10
The San Francisco Bay Area sits at the intersection of environmentalism and technological innovation, so it’s natural that this market would produce some of the country’s most innovative green homes
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San Francisco’s innovative green homes

ECO HOME MAGAZINE | 03.11.10
The San Francisco Bay Area sits at the intersection of environmentalism and technological innovation, so it’s natural that this market would produce some of the country’s most innovative green homes
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Green kingpins part 5: Paul Holland and the VCs at Foundation Capital

GREENTECHMEDIA | 03.01.10
Foundation Capital is a disciplined greentech venture investor. The VC firm has attempted to stay away from billion-dollar solar factory investments like Solyndra and Nanosolar
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Silicon Valley VC: living the green dream

SMARTPLANET | 07.17.09
What will smart homes look like in the future? Venture capitalist Paul Holland and his wife Linda Yates are in the throes of construction on the greenest home in the United States.
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