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4th Annual GreenNC Tradeshow 09/04/2008
Living Future 08; April 16-18, 2008; Vancouver, BC
Cascadia USGBC: engineeringgreen 07 12/17/2007
3rd Annual GreenNC Tradeshow 09/06/2007
Metropolis Magazine - GreenBuild 2006 Interviews
Business Week Podcast
Metropolis Magazine - Tropical Green; February 2006





3rd Annual GreenNC tradeshow

Listen to these important audio presentation's:

The 3rd Annual GreenNC tradeshow (www.greenNCtradeshow.com) brought together companies, organizations, and individuals active and interested in green commercial building
in North Carolina. The keynote speaker at the GreenNC luncheon was Sandy Wiggins (www.consilience.net), the Chair of the US Green Building Council (www.USGBC.org),
which is the organization responsible for the very popular LEED green building certification program. The tradeshow and luncheon were at the McKimmon Center at NC State
University in Raleigh, NC on September 6th, 2007. His enthusiastic presentation to the few hundred luncheon attendees discussed the importance of green building in our modern world
and the role USGBC and LEED in its future. The event was produced by the local Triangle Chapter of the USGBC (http://chapters.usgbc.org/nctriangle) and was sponsored by the NC Solar Center (www.ncsc.ncsu.edu). The chair of the local Triangle Chapter is Dona Stankus (Dona_Stankus@ncsu.edu).

====>Right Click to Download Introduction by Dona Stankus



====>Right Click to Download Keynote Address: Sandy Wiggins



====>Right Click to Download Question and Answer Session





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GreenBuild 2006 - MetropolisMag.com

Many thanks to MetropolisMag.com for the great content of their publication. Please go to their webpage: http://www.MetropolisMag.com/cda/

On this PAGE you can find three interviews by Andrew Blum:

====>Right Click to Download "Episode 1: Green Standards"



- Jason McLennan, CEO Cascadia Region Green Building Council: Post-Platinum
- Scot Horst, chair, LEED Steering Committee: LEEDís evolution
- Jay Bolus: Executive Vice President, Benchmarking and Certification for McDonough Braungart   Design Chemistry: Cradle-to-Cradle, the product

Copyright © 2008 Bellerophon Publications, Inc., All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "Episode 2: Green Tools"



- Guy Battle, Battle McCarthy Consulting Engineers/founder, dCarbon8: Carbon is the new gold
- Phil Bernstein, Vice President, Industry Strategy and Relations, Autodesk: Design tools for   green
- Michael Murray, President, Lucid Design Group: A building dashboard

Copyright © 2008 Bellerophon Publications, Inc., All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "Episode 3: Mainstream Green"



- Jon Ratner, Director of Sustainability Initiatives, Forest City Enterprises: Developer green
- Clark Brockman, SERA Architects & Chris Ziegler, Sage Hospitality Resources: Portland   green
- Patti Purcell, CEO, The Beam and Green Building Blocks: Consumer green

Copyright © 2008 Bellerophon Publications, Inc., All Rights Reserved.

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Business Week Podcast

Many thanks to Business Week for the great content of their publication. Please go to their webpage: http://www.businessweek.com

For information about their podcasts visit: http://www.businessweek.com/search/podcasting.htm and Subscription RSS feeds: http://www.businessweek.com/search/rssfeed.htm

On this PAGE you can find these interviews by Andrew Blum:

====>Right Click to Download "Green Giant: Rick Cook"



As the architect of Bank of America's new super-green building in Manhattan, Rick Cook has a front-row seat for the greening of Corporate America. In this podcast, he talks about his own green conversion, the Bank of America tower, and choosing work that matters.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc., All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "Guy Battle's Holistic Approach"



"Engineers are a hidden hand when it comes to innovation," says Guy Battle, principal of London-based Battle McCarthy Consulting Engineers, who specialize in green buildings and their role in creating sustainable businesses. It's an admittedly unusual combination, at least from the American perspective on the role of engineers. But Battle is an unusual engineer, choosing to chase down new challenges rather than merely solve the ones at hand -- like forgoing air conditioning in the tropics, or combining transparency and bomb-resistance. "We're very much seen as drivers, and that's why architects come to us and ask us to get involved," says Battle.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc., All Rights Reserved.

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Tropical Green 2006 - MetropolisMag.com

Many thanks to MetropolisMag.com for the great content of their publication. Please go to their webpage: http://www.MetropolisMag.com/cda/

On this PAGE you can find these interviews by Andrew Blum:

====>Right Click to Download "A Conversation with Michael Singer"



An artist's non-formulaic approach to placemaking

Working in the realms of art and architecture, Michael Singer has opened new possibilities for public art through developing site-specific sculptures. His pieces have become models for successful urban and ecological renewal. In a discussion with Andrew Blum he describes how his planning and design reimagines the use of a parking lot.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Bellerophon Publications, Inc., All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "A Conversation with Guy Battle"



The changing perceptions of environmental issues.

Andrew Blum speaks with Guy Battle, founding partner of Battle McCarthy Consulting Engineers, a firm specializing in designing environmentally responsive buildings. Battle weighs in on sustainability in the U.S and Europe and how far along we've come.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Bellerophon Publications, Inc., All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "A Conversation with Chap Oppenheim"



The challenges of a residential architect going green in Miami.

Andrew Blum speaks with Chad Oppenheim of Oppenheim Architecture + Design, a residential architect going green in Miami. By strategizing ways to use design to the advantage of developers, Oppenheim aims to overcome convention and create stimulating places to live.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Bellerophon Publications, Inc., All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "A Conversation with Rick Fedrizzi"



A turning point in the green building movement.

Andrew Blum talks with Rick Fedrizzi is the founding chairman and president of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). Fedrizzi explains how the combination of environmental, financial, and moral factors may be the key for future sustainable construction.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Bellerophon Publications, Inc., All Rights Reserved.

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====>Right Click to Download "A Conversation with Katy Sorenson"



Good planning and common sense create alternatives to urban sprawl.

Katy Sorenson, an advocate for new urbanism, has been county commissioner of Miami-Dade's District Eight since 1994 and champions sustainable urban development. She and Andrew Blum talk about the local initiatives that could put a halt to the urban sprawl of Miami.

Copyright © 2007, 2008 Bellerophon Publications, Inc., All Rights Reserved.

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