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RE: Mazria / benefits of a green grid

I think that these issues are being discussed quite deeply by most serious, multi-faceted considerations of what we are confronting. Just a couple of examples: In Drawdown, which proposed and data-prioritizes dozens of tactics toward reversing global warming, strategies regarding women are...


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RE: Mazria / benefits of a green grid

No matter how you control the human activity that produces green house gasses and degrades the environment and living conditions on this planet, if the number of people—living and breathing human beings who contribute to that degradation continues to increase (for every one death out of 1000...



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RE: COTE news / June 2020 / Liz York on Measure 7: Design for Wellness

Ely's point is well stated but my experience is the opposite. The patron owner is more often interested in legacy status, sustainability and a curated design palette. -- James P. Cramer 770 335 7092 cramerarch@gmail.com


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RE: COTE news / June 2020 / Liz York on Measure 7: Design for Wellness

Excellent reminder Alan, I can't think of a better one - thank you!​ -- Robert Smedley AIA RS&H Ormond Beach FL --


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RE: COTE news / June 2020 / Liz York on Measure 7: Design for Wellness

This is pure gut reaction but my sense of those who can spend money on an architect are less invested in the permanence of a place and more inclined to think of it as another disposable possession. Thus whether their project will sustain isn't really on their minds. -- Eugene Ely AIA Emeritus,...


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RE: COTE news / June 2020 / Liz York on Measure 7: Design for Wellness

David, I suspect the fact that we make fun of their literacy and refer to them as the "great unwashed public," doesn't help our cause. -- Alan Reed FAIA GWWO Architects Baltimore MD --


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RE: COTE news / June 2020 / Liz York on Measure 7: Design for Wellness

I know we have a responsibility, but...this article is interesting in that residential clients seem to value sustainability... last . ....Need to do some edukatin'... and I do, but the great unwashed public needs more. What Clients Value In An Architect https://blog.vanityprojects.com/the-value...



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RE: a profile of Ed Mazria in Delacorte Review

Thank you Kira for forwarding this article. It reminds me of the first time I heard Ed Mazria speak, sometime around 2006/07 in Chicago at our annual conference. Every time thereafter, I hear him speak or read the latest - that fire gets rekindled again! Thank you, Steve Kismohr, AIA, LEED AP BD+C