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> Greening The Interior ( 1.0 Hour) presented by Patricia Gaylor. Not only do the interior finishes represent some of the most resource-intensive aspects of a home, but indoor appliances, lighting, and fixtures have a significant impact on a building’s on-going consumption of energy and water. With careful attention to the details that really matter, Patricia Gaylor brings over 15 years of green interior design savvy to the table, helping us sort out the differences between the green and not-so-green interior design choices that must be made to complete a sustainable home.

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