Green Calgary formerly known as Clean Calgary
By: Your New Home - A Guide to Healthy Living & Environmental Cost Saving
Grant Number: 2001-34

Buying or Renting a New Home? Learn about improved home health and cost savings through energy efficiency, indoor air quality, water conservation and waste management. This guide will enable the reader to identify homes that offer a healthy living environment and below average operating costs. Included in the guide are checklists, websites and valuable information on assessing operating costs. The guide offers tips for assessing the health of a home and is a resource for both home owners and renters. More information can be found on the Clean Calgary website.

Grant #: 2001-34
Author: Your New Home – A Guide to Healthy Living & Environmental Cost Saving
Year: 2001
Format: pdf

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Your New Home – A Guide to Healthy Living & Environmental Cost Saving
By: Green Calgary formerly known as Clean Calgary
Grant Number: 2001-34
Buying or Renting a New Home? Learn about improved home health and cost savings through energy efficiency, indoor air quality, water conservation and waste management. This guide will enable the reader to identify homes that offer a healthy living environment and below average operating costs. Included in the guide are checklists, websites and valuable information on assessing operating costs. The guide offers tips for assessing the health of a home and is a resource for both home owners and renters. More information can be found on the Clean Calgary website.

Grant #: 2001-34
Author: Green Calgary formerly known as Clean Calgary
Year: 2001
Format: pdf

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Universal Home Safe Living 2000 CD
By: U of Calgary, Faculty of Environmental Design
Grant Number: 2000-04

A CD that demonstrates and documents the implementation of a universal housing design which supports safety and independence.

Grant #: 2000-04
Author: U of Calgary, Faculty of Environmental Design
Year: 2001
Format: hard copy

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Universal Home For Safe Living: A Report
By: Linnie C.L. Tse BA, BCR for U of Calgary Faculty of Environmental Design
Grant Number: 2000-04

A document describing the recommended modifications for the redesign and construction of the “Universal Home for Safe Living” house with universal design concepts. As well, the report describes the successful and not so successful experiences regarding the implementation of the modifications.

Grant #: 2000-04
Author: Linnie C.L. Tse BA, BCR for U of Calgary Faculty of Environmental Design
Year: 2001
Format: hard copy

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