The Googleplex, 1600 Ampitheatre Way, Mountain View
The Mountain View Coalition for Sustainable Planning, Google, Greenbelt Alliance, the Sierra Club, the US Green Building Council and the American Planning Association present…
Building Green, Today and Tomorrow
You are invited to spend the evening with MVCSP, Google and our co-sponsors as we learn about visionary new trends in green building as well as the practical methods that we can all employ to make our existing homes more energy efficient and comfortable. Our dynamic and distinguished speakers bring both cutting edge professional and academic expertise to the evening’s discussion. Following these exciting presentations we will get a brief update from the City of Mountain View on the local effort to build green and retrofit existing homes.
For more information visit www.mvcsp.org or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please register by Monday, March 21
Coming Trends and Visionary Thinking in the Field of Sustainable Design
Director, Program in Sustainable Design at University Extension
Founding Partner and Design Director, Design Ecology
Josiah is a licensed landscape architect, academic, and sustainable design consultant with over 20 years direct experience in the sustainable design industry. He is known as a visionary ecological integration strategist addressing green infrastructure and urban environmental processes. His technical credentials include net zero water management, urban agriculture, sustainable building materials and landscape applications on structure. Josiah’s research, writing, and lecture topics focus on the relationship between ecology and urban design, including Performance Ecology, Integrated Water Management, Embedded Ecology, Urban Habitat, Green Infrastructure, Urban Agriculture, and Ecological Bionics. He has lectured at major universities and conferences and been featured in Sunset Magazine, Martha Stewart Radio, HGTV, and the New York Times.
Practical Application of Sustainable Design: What We Can do Today
Project Manager at Ferrari-Moe LLP
Instructor in the Sustainable Design Program at University of California
David Waldorf is a forensic architect with Ferrari-Moe LLP, where he works to make building more efficient from a building envelope standpoint. In particular, David is involved in assessing existing structures for air and moisture leaks, designing solutions for repairing them, and managing the implementation process. He has a broad and specific understand of green building, LEED, energy efficiency, and the retrofit process. He previously worked as a Project Architect with Organic Architect and currently teaches at UC Berkeley Extension in the Sustainable Design Program.