presentations

regenerates2015 | Documentary: The Regenerates  »

What is a regenerate, anyway? Don't know, but want to be one? The Regenerates, a 45 minute documentary film, features thought leaders in regeneration from around the world. Along with fellow regener...

Jeni2015 | Occupant Engagement: The Process is the Solution: Jeni Cross at the Garrison Institute »

How do we create operational savings and improve efficiency in existing buildings? In this workshop, we will explore science-based processes to engage diverse stakeholders and building occupants from ...

Whole School SustainabilityGreen Schools National Conference 2014 | Whole School Sustainability Framework »

The Whole School Sustainability framework, endorsed by the Center for Green Schools as a comprehensive way to work toward Green Ribbons School recognition, contains nine accessible principles that any...

jenis2013 | Three Myths of Behavior Change - What You Think You Know That You Don't: Jeni Cross at TEDxCSU »

Jeni Cross is a sociology professor at Colorado State University. She has spoken about community development and sustainability to audiences across the country, from business leaders and government of...

regens2012 | Your Role in a Regenerative World: Chrisna du Plessis »

Colorado State University's Institute for the Built Environment hosted Chrisna du Plessis as she presented, "Your Role in a Regenerative World" on September 12, 2012 in the LEED certified Lory Student...

brianted2012 | Brian Dunbar at TEDxCSU »

Brian is director of the Institute for the Built Environment (IBE) and professor of Construction Management at Colorado State University. Professor Dunbar holds two degrees in architecture from the Un...

ted2012 | Whole School Sustainability: Stephanie Barr at TEDxCSU »

Stephanie is an associate at the Institute for the Built Environment at Colorado State University, specializing in green school research and consulting. Stephanie is passionate about advancing the dev...

2013 | Our Path to an Infinite Future: Josie Plaut at TEDxFrontRange »

The Chinese symbol for crisis is made up of two parts; danger and opportunity. The greatest danger we face as a species is ruining our planets capacity to create new life. The reason in part is becaus...