David Gottfried, founder of the U.S. Green Building Council and World Green Building Council, introduced the U.S. Regenerative Network at a forum held April 28-29, in Berkeley, CA.
Gottfried, founder of the U.S. Green Building Council and World Green
Building Council, introduced the U.S. Regenerative
Network at a forum held April 28-29, in Berkeley, CA. Gottfried created the private network to develop
a highly dynamic collaborative business consortium of leading green building
product manufacturers and service providers, including both established global
companies and venture-backed startups.
The Network has two goals: (1)
helping members measure, goal-set and improve in their organizational
sustainability, and (2) bringing members to the green building marketplace of
design professional and buyers.
The inaugural biannual forum
brought founding members together with leading real estate portfolio owners and
architecture, engineering, and construction professionals to share best
practices and discuss cutting-edge green products and services that can advance
“The collaborative model will be
the key to success in the 21st century, and will enable us to be here in
the 22nd,” says Gottfried, who serves as the Network’s Founder and CEO. The
Network is his fifth organizational startup, following his success with the
U.S. and World Green Building Councils.
For more information, visit: www.regen-net.com.
U.S. Regenerative Network Unites Green Manufacturers with Designers, Construction Pros
May 14, 2010