Norton hit Congress to testify about the value of green building in 2008.globalwarming.house.govA major investment in making affordable housing greener -- a $4 billion investment, to be precise -- was announced Wednesday. The injection comes courtesy of Enterprise Community Partners, a 25-year-old non-profit dedicated to community development and affordable housing. With heavyweight partners including NRDC, HUD, and the Home Depot Foundation, Enterprise -- which was founded by the grandparents of actor Edward Norton, who sits on its board -- has set its sights on overhauling the entire affordable housing stock in this country. Well, in that pebble-in-a-pond sort of way. …
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