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1. State’s Greenest Home Set for Debut -

Ten days remain before TERRA house, the sustainable-design demonstration home in Uptown, is unveiled at a ribbon cutting, so Eric Criswell is making sure all the final touches are in place before the public gets a glimpse of what will be the “greenest” residence in Tennessee.

2. Memphis’ First Green Hotel to Be Built Near Wolfchase -

“Green” hotels might be all the rage on the West Coast, but they haven’t exactly caught on in the Mid-South.

That soon will change thanks to Memphis-based CBH Hospitality LLC, which is building the city’s first LEED-certified hotel, a La Quinta Inns and Suites that will rise on 1.7 acres at 2839 New Brunswick Road near the Wolfchase Galleria.

3. Selling Green -

Earth Day 2008 might have come and gone last Tuesday, but the environmental efforts of some local organizations are only beginning.

With hopes of tapping into the latest nationwide industry trends, the Memphis Area Home Builders Association this summer is launching a green building initiative with a threefold mission: show members how to build green, show Realtors how to market green and show homebuyers how to buy green.

4. After Three Years In the Making, Uptown Development Nears Completion -

Three years after the first construction crews arrived in Uptown to move dirt and lay the foundations for a few hundred homes, the end is finally in sight for the revitalization of this once-blighted neighborhood.

5. Sustainable Design Demo HomeCloser to Uptown Reality -      The Center for Sustainable Design at the University of Memphis will break ground on its sustainable design demonstration house in Memphis' Uptown neighborhood June 12. The site is at the northeast corner of North Main St

6. Going Green at The Daily News -

Change is brewing at The Daily News.

No, the 121-year-old publishing company isn't altering the way it delivers business news and public records, but the paper is striving to become a more responsible corporate citizen by lessening its environmental footprint.

7. More Memphis Spaces Adhere to Green Design Standards -

These days it seems everyone is trying to find a way to make their homes or offices more environmentally responsible.

Students at the University of Memphis, for example, voted earlier this month in favor of implementing a campus environmental initiatives fee.

8. Going Green -

The Downtown Memphis lot at the corner of North Main Street and Greenlaw Avenue in Uptown sits empty now, but over the next year, it will be transformed.

The property is the site of a "green" demonstration home - a trend in architecture that will change the way houses are built in the future, said Jim Lutz, professor of architecture at the University of Memphis.

9. Back to Nature -

Laura Adams remembers when children played outside and not in front of the television. As executive director of the Shelby Farms Park Alliance, she is interested in getting kids and their families back to those days.

10. Community Panel To Discuss Living Green -      A panel of environmental experts will hold a community discussion about green living options and opportunities at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art Feb. 25 at 2 p.m. The event, called "Living Green: A Community Panel," is

11. Nearly Transformed -

The transformation has taken several years, been kept on track with the cooperation of the public and private sectors and will have required an investment of more than $200 million once it's all said and done.