USGBC's Roger Platt, Vice President Joe Biden to Speak at National Clean Energy Summit
Roger Platt, USGBC's Senior Vice President of Global Policy and Law, is to speak at the National Clean Energy Summit 4.0: The Future of Energy on Tuesday, August 30, 2011.
New York’s Green Legacy Leaves Imprint on Greenbuild 2011
From hosting NY-based exhibitors and municipal leaders, to locally-themed workshops and educational sessions, NY is embedded into world's largest green building conference & expo
Learnings from a Learning Institution
Things are buzzing in the facilities department and the administration building at Boston Public School (BPS) as everyone is preparing for the students to return for the 2012 school year. I’m now one month into my Center for Green Schools UTC Fellowship in Boston, and I’m finally figuring out how to describe my role.
Rachel on the Road: Interview with Rep. Sarbanes (D-MD)
NYC Mayor Bloomberg, Pulitzer Prize-winner Thomas Friedman and Political Commentator Cokie Roberts to Speak at Greenbuild 2011
Esteemed thought leaders to frame a Resiliency Agenda, solutions for changing the status quo during world's largest green building conference and expo
A New Generation of Leadership: USGBC Emerging Professionals
Mariah Howard-Porath, USGBC Emerging Professional, Social Media Coordinator, Earth Day New York
Imagine having the ability to gather a village of engineers, architects, designers, lawyers, teachers and advocates of green building practices in one place for a week.
States Powering New, Innovative Green Building Policy: A Review of This Year's State Activity
Despite a struggling economy that's putting tough budget constraints on states across the nation, the green building marketplace is driving innovation and competition, creating opportunity for savings and new jobs, and – bold though it may sound – our states are working overtime to help win the future.
Encouraging Energy Efficiency: A Tax Fix Everyone Can Get Behind
Pretend you are a small business owner. You happen to own the building where your business is housed, which has helped you weather the recession. Things seem to be getting better, and you have the opportunity to make some investments in your company that could really pay off in the long run.