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Guest on The Infra Blog: Jason Hartke, U.S. Green Building Council

Posted by Steve Anderson on Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

For over a decade, Jason Hartke has been a voice in Washington, D.C. for clean energy and the environment. As Vice President of National Policy, Jason works to advance the U.S. Green Building Council’s national policy agenda and deliver the integrated environmental, economic and social benefits of green building policy solutions. In addition, he helps establish and oversee USGBC advocacy programs in sustainable communities, green schools and affordable housing. In the past six years, he has managed efforts that helped result in the passage of historic federal investment in green building and a tripling of green building policies at the state and local level. He has also built innovative collaborations with other like-minded organizations, such as the Sierra Club, the Center for American Progress, and ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability. He launched and organized USGBC’s annual Green Jobs Summit as well as USGBC’s National Leadership Speaker Series on Resiliency and Security in the 21st Century at the National Press Club.

Integrating the Building Process

Common Goals: Sustainability and Resiliency

How Building Green is Working Now

The LEED System: Stretching the Market Toward Sustainability

How to Get Things Done

Download full transcript (PDF): Jason Hartke on The Infra Blog


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