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Michelle Mullarkey <[log in to unmask]>
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> NAA Announces General Session Speakers
>
> Does Green Make Sense for You?
>
> Moderated by: Nate Kredich, Vice President of Residential Market   
> Development,
> U.S. Green Building Council
> Tuesday, April 28 – 9:00 A.M. – 10:30 A.M.
> A panel of industry experts will discuss the history of the green   
> revolution as it relates to the multi-family residential property   
> industry, the current trends in development and asset management,   
> and the business decisions that companies must contemplate in order   
> to remain viable in light of the sustainability movement.
>
> The panel will be moderated by Nate Kredich, Vice President of   
> Residential Market Development at the U.S. Green Building Council.   
> Mr. Kredich oversees growing LEED for Homes program and works to   
> actively develop USGBC’s influence and interaction with the   
> residential market. The Leadership in Energy and Environmental   
> Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System™ encourages and   
> accelerates global adoption of sustainable green building and   
> development practices through the creation and implementation of   
> universally understood and accepted tools and performance criteria.
>

>
> The Present and Future Greening of the Multifamily Industry
>
> James Brew, Principal Architect, Rocky Mountain Institute
> Wednesday, April 29 - 2:15 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.
>
> James S. Brew, of the Rocky Mountain Institute is a Principal   
> Architect with the RMI Built Environment Team and has over 28 years   
> of sustainable design experience in historic, commercial,   
> institutional, and residential architecture. James has been a   
> speaker at the USGBC Greenbuild Conference, the Healthcare Summit   
> on Sustainability, and the World Conference on Sustainability in   
> Canada, Norway, and Japan. He recently spoke at the First   
> International Conference on Building Energy & the Environment in   
> Dalian, China.
>
> The opportunity for re-evaluating our investment in energy   
> efficiency and green design is upon us. Whether dealing with a new   
> development or existing assets, there still remains an opportunity   
> for improving net operating income and retaining tenants in a   
> competitive real estate environment. This session will introduce   
> the latest trends in the green building revolution as well as the   
> business decisions that companies must contemplate in order to   
> remain viable in light of the sustainability movement.
>
ACT NOW and Register Online! Don’t miss the early bird
registration fee by registering before December 31, 2008. Visit the
NAA Web site and register today!
>
> Don't miss the only Green Conference for the Multifamily Housing  Industry!
>
> Green Team Sponsors

> Interested in sponsoring or exhibiting? Please contact Justin   
> Barker, [log in to unmask] or 703/518-6141 Ext. 129.
>
>
>

> National Apartment Association | 4300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 400 |   
> Arlington, VA 22203
> phone: 703-518-6141 | fax: 703-248-9440 | Feedback
>




Hello Michelle: Here is another Green Conference to forward to VGBN members. Best, Jonathan ps: I've known Jim Brew since the 1980's when he was a principal of a Duluth, MN, architectural firm.... and have touched base with him lately at RMI where he is living his professional dream. Jonathan Miller, FCSI, SCIP, AIA, NCARB [log in to unmask] 802.349.9992 > > > > ----- Forwarded by Paul Miller/Patriot-News on 12/03/2008 04:40 PM > ----- > "National Apartment Association" <[log in to unmask]> > 12/03/2008 04:03 PM > Please respond to > [log in to unmask] > > To > [log in to unmask] > cc > Subject > NAA Green Conference & Exposition Keynote Speakers Announced > > > > > If this message does not display properly, please view our online > version. > To ensure receipt of our e-mail, please add [log in to unmask] to > your address book. > >  > NAA Announces General Session Speakers > > Does Green Make Sense for You? > > Moderated by: Nate Kredich, Vice President of Residential Market > Development, > U.S. Green Building Council > Tuesday, April 28 – 9:00 A.M. – 10:30 A.M. > A panel of industry experts will discuss the history of the green > revolution as it relates to the multi-family residential property > industry, the current trends in development and asset management, > and the business decisions that companies must contemplate in order > to remain viable in light of the sustainability movement. > > The panel will be moderated by Nate Kredich, Vice President of > Residential Market Development at the U.S. Green Building Council. > Mr. Kredich oversees growing LEED for Homes program and works to > actively develop USGBC’s influence and interaction with the > residential market. The Leadership in Energy and Environmental > Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System™ encourages and > accelerates global adoption of sustainable green building and > development practices through the creation and implementation of > universally understood and accepted tools and performance criteria. >  > > The Present and Future Greening of the Multifamily Industry > > James Brew, Principal Architect, Rocky Mountain Institute > Wednesday, April 29 - 2:15 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. > > James S. Brew, of the Rocky Mountain Institute is a Principal > Architect with the RMI Built Environment Team and has over 28 years > of sustainable design experience in historic, commercial, > institutional, and residential architecture. James has been a > speaker at the USGBC Greenbuild Conference, the Healthcare Summit > on Sustainability, and the World Conference on Sustainability in > Canada, Norway, and Japan. He recently spoke at the First > International Conference on Building Energy & the Environment in > Dalian, China. > > The opportunity for re-evaluating our investment in energy > efficiency and green design is upon us. Whether dealing with a new > development or existing assets, there still remains an opportunity > for improving net operating income and retaining tenants in a > competitive real estate environment. This session will introduce > the latest trends in the green building revolution as well as the > business decisions that companies must contemplate in order to > remain viable in light of the sustainability movement. > ACT NOW and Register Online! Don’t miss the early bird registration fee by registering before December 31, 2008. Visit the NAA Web site and register today! > > Don't miss the only Green Conference for the Multifamily Housing > Industry! > > Green Team Sponsors  > Interested in sponsoring or exhibiting? Please contact Justin > Barker, [log in to unmask] or 703/518-6141 Ext. 129. > > >  > National Apartment Association | 4300 Wilson Blvd., Suite 400 | > Arlington, VA 22203 > phone: 703-518-6141 | fax: 703-248-9440 | Feedback >  > Unsubscribe here if you prefer not to receive any further e-mail > from the National Apartment Association. >   > > CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail may contain information that is > > privileged, confidential or otherwise protected from disclosure. If > you > > are not the intended recipient of this e-mail, please notify the > sender > > immediately by return e-mail, purge it and do not disseminate or > copy it. > > >
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