Don't Miss the 2013 Green Building Slam! 10 projects. 10 slides. 10 minutes; showcasing cutting edge Green Technology. Once again, Northwest EcoBuilding Guild and University of Washington's Department of Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability bring you this fun and educational evening.
Kane Hall, University of Washington
1410 NE Campus Way, Central Parking Plaza at 4100 15th NE
Throughout history, every society has had spiritual teachers and cultural leaders who have stood up for the rights of humanity and the protection of nature. Standing up to oppressors and exploiters is a time-honored spiritual practice. Every human being has the responsibility of stewardship for this planet and for all who inhabit it. Now, the oppression and exploitation of both humanity and the natural order is more blatant and widespread than ever before.
PRIORITIZING ENERGY EFFICIENCY, COMFORT, IAQ, SAFETY, AND DURABILITY IN HOMES.
MARK LALIBERTE is an educator working with nearly 5,000 builders and Architects each year, Mark will travel over 100,000 air miles annually to work with the building industry and listen to their concerns in an effort to clarify the goal of building better buildings.
Mark's work in the industry over the past 28 years focuses on promoting cost effective solutions to lower energy use, improve indoor air quality and create safer more durable buildings.
Family-friendly, free, and full of surprises, the Sustainable Ballard Festival is celebrating its 10th year with more interactive exhibits than ever. Festival goers can test ride an electric bike, sample Ballard craft brews and food, win prizes, catch some live music on the solar-powered main stage, watch chef demonstrations, press fresh cider, and meet goats, chickens, rabbits, and ducks.