Eco-Friendly Architecture is Highlighted with Host James Earl Jones on "Behind The Scenes" for Public Television

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The show will cover advances in Green Building Design.

A new episode of the popular "Behind The Scenes" program with James Earl Jones (The Sandlot, Star Wars) will focus on advances in architecture. Eco-friendly architecture has rapidly grown in popularity across the past years and decades. As the planet's population booms, we are forced to find environmentally sustainable ways to live and conduct business. Eco-friendly architecture is one of the many ways to make the most of our limited space and resources.

Green building is defined as the design and construction of structures with processes that decrease the burden on nature. The aim of eco-friendly architecture is to erect buildings that prove sustainable for generations to come while simultaneously minimizing our impact on our increasingly fragile planet and its residents. Everything from the materials used to build a green structure to its maintenance, renovation and eventual tear-down can be “green”. This episode will also explore subject matter relating to eco-friendly architecture ranging from retrofitting existing structures to occupant satisfaction, the cost of green building and structure energy performance.

James Earl Jones hosts this enlightening episode of “Behind The Scenes”, and viewers will learn all about eco-friendly architecture methods. The segment will explore green building strategies and provide examples of eco-friendly architecture such as green roofs, vertical farms, solar panels, zone energy efficiency and beyond. Anyone who is interested in environmental conservation, sustainable living and socially/environmentally responsible architecture will obtain considerable value from this captivating episode of “Behind The Scenes”. The program is not released or produced by PBS.

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