World’s Largest Green Building Conference and Expo
The week-long event featured 1,800 booths where more than 1,000 companies displayed their green goods and services.
Greenbuild 2010 also featured nearly 200 education sessions. The extensiveeducational programming and workshops covered commercial and residential building design, construction, operation, maintenance, and financing,as well as related topics like neighborhood development. Many of theeducational sessions offer professional credential CEU’s.
Additional residential training and certification workshops were held November 15th and 16th, preceding Greenbuild.
Former secretary of State and retired general Colin Powell gave the keynoteopening speech on November 17, and Housing and Urban DevelopmentSecretary Shaun Donovan gave the closing address on November 19.
Greenbuild, was first held in Austin, Texas, in 2002, and next year (2011), forfirst time, the event will be held outside of the United States, inToronto, Canada.
This conference not only promoted greenbuilding, it is also a more environmentally responsible event thatincluded recycling, composting and fair-trade products.
For more information go to http://www.greenbuildexpo.org/.
Richard Matthews is a consultant, eco-entrepreneur, sustainable investor and writer. He is the owner of THE GREEN MARKET, one of the Web’s most comprehensive resources on the business of the environment. He is also the author of numerous articles on sustainable positioning, green investing, enviro-politics and eco-economics.
Richard Matthews is a consultant, sustainable investor, writer and owner of The Green Market Oracle, a leading sustainable business blog that covers the convergence of sustainable capitalism and the global environment.The Green Market is one of the most comprehensive resources for information and tools on sustainability. Follow The Green Market's twitter feed and see the Facebook Fan Page. Richard is a contributor to more than 50 publications. Find him on Facebook and Linkedin.
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