2010 National Geographic/Aspen Institute Environment Forum Scholar

This year, I am fortunate and honored to be given the opportunity to attend the Aspen Environment Forum as an Environmental Scholar of The Aspen Institute and National Geographic Magazine. I recognize this as a unique and excellent platform to voice commitments as well as sentiments with a focus on the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction industries as they relate to the built and natural environment. I feel the responsibility to share with my closest peers, the complex and challenging ideas that will be discussed about energy, the environment, and the economy. As a result, me and my team decided to create this page as a sounding board to communicate the day-to-day events that include extensive programming, large plenary sessions; panel discussions; one-on-one interviews; multiple, concurrent morning and afternoon sessions; unique daily seminars; luncheons; casual conversations; dinner events; and evening exchanges.

Please use me as a voice and avenue to bring your thoughts and ideas to the Aspen Environment Forum. In return, I will give you a play-by-play experience of what is transpiring during the Forum.

Post ideas on the wall "about energy, environmental conservation, climate change adaptation/management and the economy -- focusing on what we can do as citizens, corporations, and countries."

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