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So You Want To Be an Effective Green Building Consultant? Keep Up With Technology

In the final post of his nine-part blog series, Jerry Yudelson offers a last piece of advice for green building consultants. More

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So You Want To Be an Effective Green Building Consultant? Sharpen the Saw

Bring an effective consultant means continuously investing first and foremost in your own knowledge and skills, says Jerry Yudelson. More

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So You Want To Be an Effective Green Building Consultant? Promote Integrated Design.

It's important that every team member be present at every design meeting, and green building consultants can serve as overall project leaders, says Jerry Yudelson. More

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So You Want To Be an Effective Green Building Consultant? Hold Charrettes.

Design charrettes bring everyone to the table and provide a prime opportunity for green building consultants to take the lead, says Jerry Yudelson. More

So You Want To Be an Effective Green Building Consultant? Think Win/Win.
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So You Want To Be an Effective Green Building Consultant? Think Win/Win.

Find out how everyone on a green building project can win, says green building... More

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So You Want To Be a Successful Green Building Consultant? Get Buy-In.

Getting an entire team to buy in to the sustainable goals of a project is essential, says green building consultant Jerry Yudelson. More

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So You Want To Be an Effective Green Building Consultant? Visualize the End Goal.

It's almost impossible to achieve high performance without visualizing what that might mean, says Jerry Yudelson. More

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So You Want To Be a Successful Green Building Consultant? Be Proactive.

Effective green building consultants are not passive nor are they simply LEED scorekeepers, says Jerry Yudelson. More

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Seven Practices of Highly Effective Green Building Consultants

So you want to be a green building consultant? Jerry Yudelson, LEED Fellow, offers up seven tips to drive you toward success in this nine-part blog series. More

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As the water supply shrinks, will blue become the new green?

A look at the looming water crisis and what it may mean for architects, contractors, engineers, and technology suppliers More

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