2009 Green Space Collection


Collection of 2009 Green Space Columns.


January 2009
Making workplaces 'greenspaces'
By David Callan, PE, CEM, LEED AP, Syska Hennessy Group, (Now with Environmental Systems Design), Chicago
February 2009
California's power play on energy policy
By Michael Ivanovich, Editor-in-Chief, Consulting-Specifying Engineer
March 2009
Sustainable air conditioning leads to sustainability
By Grahame E. Maisey, PE, and Beverly Milestone, LEED AP
April 2009
Can you envision an Energy Corps?

By John Suzukida, PE, Lanex Consulting LLC, Shoreview, Minn.
May 2009
The bleeding edge of green
By John Jennings, Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, Portland, Ore.
June 2009
We need disruptive innovation
By Keith W. Cooley, NextEnergy, Detroit
July 2009
When buildings bite, owners suffer
By Michael K. West, PE, Advantek Consulting Engineering, Melbourne, Fla.
August 2009
Lighting less to achieve net zero
By Siva Haran, PE, LEED AP, Chicago
September 2009
Raising expectations for school buildings
By Joseph Clair, PE, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago
October 2009
The future of HVAC design
By David C.J. Peters, PE, Southland Industries, Dulles, Va.
November 2009
Bridging the climate change gap
Scott Phillips, P.ENG, LEED AP, Stantec Consulting Ltd., Calgary, Alberta
December 2009
Where are energy codes and standards going?
By Ronald E. Jarnagin, ASHRAE, Richland, Wash.

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