Green Building, Energy Efficiency, and Weatherization Research Projects

Since achieving healthy housing involves taking a holistic view of the home, some of the research projects listed below may not only be about green building, energy efficiency, or weatherization; however, each may be a component of the project.

NCHH’s Green Building, Energy Efficiency, and Weatherization Research Projects

An Evaluation of Green Housing Rehabilitation in Minnesota
Building Assessment of Radon/Moisture Reduction with Energy Retrofits (BARRIER)
Building Assessment of Radon/Moisture Reduction with Energy Retrofits Expansion (BARRIER-X)
CLEAR WIN
DC Green Housing Rehabilitation
Evaluating the Health Benefits of Green Affordable Housing
Green Rehabilitation of Elder Apartment Treatments (GREAT)
Health Benefits of Residential Energy Efficiency
Healthy Housing Opportunities During Weatherization Work
Housing and Energy Attributes Linked To Health through Retrofits (HEALTH-R)*
Housing Environmental Aspects Linked To Health with Ventilation (HEALTH-V)
Healthy Rebuilding Demonstration Project in New Orleans
Housing and Health: A 30-Year Retrospective Analysis
Housing Interventions and Health Outcomes
King County Healthy Homes Demonstration Project
Moving into Green Healthy Housing—The Yield
NIEHS Windows Study
Occupant Health Benefits of Residential Energy Efficiency (E4TheFuture)
Phoenix Healthy Homes
Preventing Child Lead Exposure by Replacing Windows
Watts to Well-Being
Weatherization and Lead Safety
Weatherization and Respiratory Health in Maine

*This is a current research project.