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23 May Posted by in +Speaking, Behavior change, News, North America, United States | Comments Off

May 23-25 2012, Garrison (NY): Greg Searle presents at Climate, Buildings and Behavior Symposium

May 23-25 2012, Garrison (NY): Greg Searle presents at Climate, Buildings and Behavior Symposium

Greg Searle was a speaker on occupant engagement in multifamily residential buildings at the Garrison Institute’s fourth annual Climate, Buildings and Behavior Symposium, in Garrison, NY, which showcased effective strategies for increasing the environmental sustainability of building operations and occupant behaviors in commercial and multi-family residential buildings. The event convened over 80 for-profit and not-for-profit […]

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May 8-10 2012, Portland: Greg Searle on faculty at EcoDistricts Institute

May 8-10 2012, Portland: Greg Searle on faculty at EcoDistricts Institute

Greg Searle was a faculty member on behavior change in ecodistricts at the inaugural EcoDistrict Institute in Portland from May 8-10, 2012, an initiative of the Portland Sustainability Institute. The EcoDistricts Institute is a new two day workshop and executive level training and capacity building program for municipal and neighborhood community development leaders across North […]

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08 Nov Posted by in One Planet Lifestyles | Comments Off

One Planet Lifestyles #001

One Planet Lifestyles #001

Highlights this issue: Design with Intent Toolkit Using the elevator as the “town square” OPower’s happy face powers efficiency behaviors Waste diversion interfaces that use dioramas to make separation at source more intuitive Cyclepods – Encouraging cycling through providing innovative, ergonimic bike storage! Bicycle commuters are more intelligent! Stikk.com is a great interface for making […]

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