It's pretty easy to determine the biggest pie, or longest fingernails, or fattest twins. But what about the greenest house? AOL's consumer finance site, of all places (they're into journalism now!) has a nice roundup of what, exactly, it means to have a green home. There are a number of buildings that have claimed or been awarded the "greenest home" tiara: A 2006 article called an eco-friendly Californa prefab the "greenest home on the planet" for being the first American home to get a "platinum" LEED rating. [F]or Glenn, the point is to live in a home that causes the …
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