Christine Ervin is a national leader on market-based strategies for green buildings, clean energy and climate change. Former US Assistant Secretary of Energy in the Clinton Administration overseeing clean energy technologies, and first President and CEO of the highly influential US Green Building Council, Ervin is widely credited for being a major force in today’s vibrant green building market. Read More >
Green Building: An Exuberant World
IT Meets Green Building
Inventing a Sustainable Future
Moving to a sustainable, low-carbon economy is both a daunting challenge and the portal for revolutionary innovation. Ervin weaves together the critical challenges, market drivers and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to make a difference.
Historically slow to innovate, the building sector is now the leading example of what green market transformation is all about. Ervin’s fast-paced profile of the market reveals trends, drivers, exemplary projects and what lies beyond green.
Ervin explores the compelling case for transforming the largest infrastructure built by man— our energy system. She also focuses on the “soft” side of technology that can make all the difference between a laboratory curiosity and something that sweeps the market.