Posts Tagged: Portland Sustainability

Five Things … with Osvaldo “Ozzie” Gonzalez, LatinoBuilt

Five Things … with Osvaldo “Ozzie” Gonzalez, LatinoBuilt

We’re celebrating five years of Sustainable Building Week and to help mark the occasion we’re launching Five Things: a series of interviews that connects our five years to you, Portland’s sustainability community. In the coming weeks, follow along as we share answers to five questions we’re posing to some of the biggest movers and shakers […]
Five Things … with Talya Naftali

Five Things … with Talya Naftali

We’re celebrating five years of Sustainable Building Week and to help mark the occasion we’re launching Five Things: a series of interviews that connects our five years to you, Portland’s sustainability community. In the coming weeks, follow along as we share answers to five questions we’re posing to some of the biggest movers and shakers […]
Five Things … with Marc Brune, PAE Engineers

Five Things … with Marc Brune, PAE Engineers

We’re celebrating five years of Sustainable Building Week and to help mark the occasion we’re launching Five Things: a series of interviews that connects our five years to you, Portland’s sustainability community. The PAE Living Building is the world’s first developer-driven Living Building. The five-story, mixed-use building demonstrates replicable and cost-effective solutions for sustainable design […]
Five Things … with Anne Gire, Brightworks Sustainability

Five Things … with Anne Gire, Brightworks Sustainability

We’re celebrating five years of Sustainable Building Week and to help mark the occasion we’re launching Five Things: a series of interviews that connects our five years to you, Portland’s sustainability community. In the coming weeks, follow along as we share answers to five questions we’re posing to some of the biggest movers and shakers […]
The Sun Shines Again on Portland Sustainability!

The Sun Shines Again on Portland Sustainability!

At the turn of the century, Portland was the envy of burgeoning sustainable cities. We were paving bike lanes, recycling, constructing LEED-certified buildings, and planning for the greenest future possible. Then, in 2008, the recession hit. Half of my fellow Architect friends lost their jobs! Those of us who could hold our passion for sustainable design […]

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