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Saturday, October 31, 2009

Webcast 11/5 1230PM: Building a Sustainable Future: Progress & Trends Toward Improving the Environmental Footprint of Commercial Buildings





Featuring:
Presentation of the Green Building Market & Impact Report 2009 by Robert Watson, GreenerBuildings.com Executive Editor


-AND-

A Practical Perspective on the Role of Industry in Leading Positive Environmental Change in Today’s Commercial Facilities by Ed Lonergan, President & CEO, JohnsonDiversey

Moderated by:
Joel Makower, GreenBiz.com Executive Editor


November 5, 2009 at 12:30 PM EST


EVENT OVERVIEW:

Join this fast paced live 60 minute free webinar to hear a first-hand presentation and analysis of the second edition of the Green Building Market & Impact Report by the report’s author Robert Watson, GreenerBuildings.com Editor, industry leader and LEED “founding father.” This report is an integrated assessment of the land, water, energy, material and indoor environmental impacts of the LEED for New Construction (LEED NC), Core & Shell (LEED CS) and Existing Building (LEED EB) standards.

JohnsonDiversey President & CEO Ed Lonergan will also highlight the importance of sustainability in today’s business environment, offering insights and examples of the company’s work toward improving the sustainability of its customers’ facilities as well as its own. JohnsonDiversey continues to lead its industry in providing products and solutions that help its customers make their own facilities, cleaner, healthier and more sustainable. And, this presentation will detail JohnsonDiversey’s own focus on LEED certification for many of its facilities worldwide.

Webinar registrants will get first access to this newly launched survey

DETAILS ABOUT THE REPORT:

In the Green Building Market & Impact Report 2009, we attempt to answer whether commercial green buildings live up to their name — that is, that they are engendering demonstrable environmental improvement. Our findings are both encouraging and cautionary. Overall, we believe that LEED buildings are making a major impact in reducing the overall environmental footprint of individual structures. However, significant additional progress is possible and indeed necessary on both the individual building level and in terms of market penetration if LEED is to contribute in a meaningful way to reducing the environmental footprint of buildings in the U.S. and worldwide.

Findings from this landmark survey include:

  • LEED 2009 & Global Green Building Market Trends
  • Worldwide impacts of LEED on
    • LEED Market Trends
    • Land Use Impacts
    • Water Efficiency Impacts
    • Energy Impacts
    • Materials Impacts
    • Indoor Environmental Quality
    • And more…

All registrants get access to a downloadable version of the Green Building Market & Impact Report 2009.

Biographies:

Robert Watson, GreenerBuildings.com Editor

A pioneer of the modern green building movement for 25 years, Rob Watson is the Executive Editor of GreenerBuildings.com, the one-stop website for the green design, construction and operation of commercial and institutional buildings.

Described by Thomas Friedman as “one of America’s best environmental minds,” Watson also serves as the chairman, CEO & Chief Scientist of the EcoTech International Group, which helps clients around the world achieve cost-effective high performance green buildings through design, technology and operations.

Under Rob’s direction as the “Founding Father of LEED” and as its national Steering Committee Chairman between 1994 and 2005, the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED rating system became the most widespread and fastest-growing standard by which green buildings are measured worldwide.


Edward Lonergan, President & CEO, JohnsonDiversey

Ed Lonergan joined JohnsonDiversey Inc. in 2006 after nearly four years as president of the European region for The Gillette Company where he was directly accountable for more than $3.8 billion in sales revenue, generating double-digit compound annual growth. He and his team led strong improvements in brand equity and strategic customer growth while significantly enhancing the operational efficiency of the European region.

Prior to The Gillette Company, Ed spent 21 years with The Procter & Gamble Company, where he held a variety of leadership positions both domestically and internationally, including general management roles in customer business development and in developing markets.

Ed graduated from Union College in New York in 1981 with a bachelor of arts degree in political science.

Moderator:

Joel Makower is Executive Editor of GreenBiz.com and author of "Strategies for the Green Economy," among other books. For more than 20 years, he has been a well-respected voice on business, the environment, and the bottom line. He is a regular lecturer to companies and business groups and has served as a Batten Fellow at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business. From 1991 to 2005, Joel was editor of The Green Business Letter, an award-winning monthly newsletter on corporate environmental strategy. The Associated Press has called Joel "the guru of green business practices."

Register at Event Registration (EVENT: 174839)

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