People who live in low-income communities are generally more vulnerable to health problems caused by poor indoor air quality and poor living conditions in general.

Until recently, healthy building has only been within reach for people . Thanks to a number of factors, people and organizations, low-income communities are able to take advantage of green building

Veronica Davis says Rice Camp, located back behind the Lihue fire station in Hawaii, an affordable housing community with 60 living units, is expected to meet the LEED Gold Certification.

The Lower Ninth in New Orleans, hardest-hit area by Hurricane Katrina, will has 100 affordable, green-living homes are expected to built (soon to be 150),rate  LEED Platinum by the U.S. Green Building Council.

See More Low Income Communities Enjoying Greener Living Accommodations for more detail.

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