Housing

With more than 100,000 families in need of quality housing, investing in “green” home construction and retrofitting would create green jobs, improve the region’s housing stock, help low-income households save money on energy and put in place a lasting regional infrastructure for energy efficiency improvements. Homes in Central Appalachia are typically old and in disrepair, thus extremely energy inefficient. One-fifth are manufactured homes that contain little if any insulation. The reports and websites below present information about regional housing that together makes a compelling case for investing in housing repair and rebuild as an important part of a just transition.

Websites and Organizations

Reports and Resources

 

To suggest a resource or link: info@appalachiantransition.net