Hello Michelle:
Here is another Green Conference to forward to VGBN members.


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
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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

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