San Francisco, California

At this free online summit, experts from the business, architecture, legal, and engineering communities will converge to illustrate best practices, case studies, and tips through interactive webcasts.

Register to attend any or all sessions free of charge and invite anyone you think would be interested:

As an audience member you will be able to ask the presenters live questions and each webcast will be a combination of slides and live audio. Presentations will include:

8-8:45am PDT Donald S. Simon of Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean, LLP - Governmental Incentives and Mandates: Regulatory Future for Green Building

9-9:45am Barry Hooper of the Department of the Environment, City & County of San Francisco - Building and Operating Green in 2009 - Challenges and Successes in San Francisco

10-10:45am Mitchell Joachim of Columbia University and Terreform 1 - The Carborexic City

11-11:45am George Elvin of Ball State University and Green Technology Forum - Nanotechnology for Green Building

12-12:45pm Peter Yost of Building Green LLC - Sustainability Requires Durability

1-1:45pm Kevin O’Donnell of WD Partners - The Environmental Impact of Building

2-2:45pm Jon Alexander of Sunshine Construction - Practical Steps for Deep Green Remodeling

3-3:45pm Eric Corey Freed of Organic Architect - The Myth of Sisyphus: A Roadmap to Greening Our Buildings

4-4:45pm Ralph DiNola of Green Building Services, Inc - LEED for Historic Projects: Greening our Architectural Heritage

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Added by mcantrell2001 on March 14, 2009

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