Green Building Solutions are Featured on "On Demand" with host Rob Lowe

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A new episode will further look into Green building Innovations.

Rob Lowe, a successful actor and a host of the program On Demand, is scheduled to host a show revolving around the importance of green building solutions. The focus will be on what this means, as well as the importance and benefits of green building solutions today.

Green building efforts reduce negative impacts on the environment as well as people by increasing the efficiency of energy, materials and water use. This extends to other aspects of a building project including the surrounding community and the land of the building site. All of this contributes to a large use of our natural resources today.

The benefits of green building efforts extend beyond improving the environment; they help improve quality of life by improving the quality of our air and our water. In addition, economic benefits are also seen as operating and building costs are lower due to better conservation of our resources.

Green buildings have a large impact on three main areas including the environment, economics and social. In addition to reducing negative impacts on the environment, many green buildings actually contribute to the environment by producing their own energy. The economic impacts include reduction of operating and construction costs, higher building values and even increases in jobs. The social impact includes more productive employees. Research has actually shown that employees in "green environments" have higher cognitive scores and sleep better. This On Demand segment will explore exactly what green building efforts look like as well as their many benefits.

The On Demand show has an excellent reputation for delivering accurate facts that are educational and informing.

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