Podcast: Environmental Awareness Week: Nourish Sustainability
OWP/P’s fifth annual Environmental Awareness Week - Brought to you by BD+C
August 11, 2010
|In botany, a rhizome is a network of roots, closely knit, drawing nourishment from its surroundings to sustain the plant. For OWP/P’s fifth annual Environmental Awareness Week we sent roots into the community to create a network of professionals. Through lectures, workshops, and innovative product demonstrations new ways to incorporate sustainable design into our professional and everyday lives were explored.
(Recorded live September 18-22, 2006) Download the podcasts or listen online below:
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JOHN SYVERTSEN, FAIA, President, OWP/P
My. Syvertsen opens the event
5.75 MB | 08:23 minutes
BRAD SAGEMAN, Chair , Dept. of Geology
Dr. Sageman discusses global and regional climate change and what this means for energy efficient buildings in the region, in our buildings and for our clients.
34.8 MB | 50:42 minutes
DAVID WHITE, Transsolar, New York
Mr.White discusses high performance engineering, often referred to as climate engineering, a cross disciplinary service that extends from the architectural through the structural aspects to technical equipment for buildings.
18.5 MB | 27:05 minutes Transsolar Evening Lecture, co-sponsored by The UIC School of Architecture
Mr. White continues to explore the discipline of climate engineering and Transsolar’s national and international work.
32.2 MB | 46:55 minutes
MELISSA HAUNSON, Greenguard, Atlanta
Ms. Haunson discusses the new GREENGUARD For Children and Schools™, a third party verification for low-emitting interior products used in daycare and K-12. Ms. Haunson broadens the discussion of Greenguard Environmental Institute’s (GEI) mission: to improve public health and quality of life through better indoor air quality. Co-sponsored by the USGBC Chicago Chapter
28.8 MB | 42:05 minutes
ROBIN GUENTHER, Principal, Guenther 5, New York
Co-Coordinator of Green Guide for Healthcare
Ms. Guenther discusses the importance of environmental building design for hospitals and healthcare environments.
27.3 MB | 39:47 minutes Evening Lecture co-sponsored by Hospitals for a Healthy Environment, H2E, and The UIC School of Architecture
Ms. Guenther continues the discussion of environmental building design for hospitals and healthcare
9.76 MB | 14:13 minutes
MICHAEL BERKSHIRE, City of Chicago Department of Planning and Development
Mr. Berkshire will provide a local and regional perspective on environmental development incentives and green urban design/planning.
20.9 MB | 30:34 minutes