How far have we come in developing green design? What’s on the horizon? How do we make green building principles and practices ubiquitous, and how can that stimulate economic opportunity? Moderated by Bob Stevens, P.E., CNU, LEED, AP, Principal, Stevens & Associates
Tedd, founder of Bensonwood (1973) and Unity Homes (2012), has devoted his life to developing a better way to build. A key figure in the revival of timber framing in America, Tedd was one of the founders of the Timber Framers Guild of North America (1984) and authored four books on the subject.
Aaron Carpenter is the CEO of TideSmart West and a former VP of Global Marketing at Levi's and The North Face. He has been a long-time champion of eco-friendly marketing efforts and cause-marketing programs. TideSmart Global (Maine-based) is currently working on a unique national mobile sustainable living tour.
Jean Carroon is a principal at Goody Clancy, a Boston-based design firm committed to building social, economic and environmental value through a practice embracing architecture, planning and preservation.
Bob Stevens is a principal for M&S Development, the founder & president of Stevens & Associates, and a graduate of the University of Vermont.
Alex Wilson is the founder of BuildingGreen, which has long been a leader in green building consulting and information delivery. He is also president of the Resilient Design Institute, a nonprofit organization working to advance the adoption of resilient design into buildings and communities.