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Are “green” buildings really the best for addressing climate change?

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According to designer Bryn Davidson of Lanefab Design/Build, "green" buildings can make a significant difference, but only if we start asking the right questions about them. In his recent TEDx talk in Vancouver, BC, Bryn mentions the need for questions




 

 

According to designer Bryn Davidson of Lanefab Design/Build, “green” buildings can make a significant difference, but only if we start asking the right questions about them. In his recent TEDx talk in Vancouver, BC, Bryn mentions the need for questions about what really makes “net-positive” change–to determine how buildings impact global climate, and what actions can be taken to reduce that impact. In his presentation, he addresses the fact that the biggest challenge may be shifting our current ideas about what it means to build “green”. Check out his video and website for more information.

+ Bryn Davidson TEDx Talk

+ Bryn Davidson at Lanefab Design/Build

Images © Lanefab Design/Build

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