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Bruce White
One day, all this will be green

Although its announcements contain more than a tad of hype, a team of developers and scientists has announced plans to create an energy-efficient, environmentally progressive community called “Sky” on 571 forested acres near tiny Clarksville in Calhoun County, completely independent of mains water or power.

Houses would be oriented to avoid the summer sun, and would be heated or cooled using the Earth

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