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About the project

  • March 23, 2007 - 10:52 AM

Architect and author John Carmody is an internationally-recognized expert on environmental issues in the design, construction and operation of buildings.

Carmody, director of the Center for Sustainable Building Research at the University of Minnesota s College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, guided the design of our concept house of future.

Sources

Peter Ciborowski, research scientist, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

Arthur Harkins, professor, Education Policy and Administration, University of Minnesota

Paul Douglas, meteorologist

Edward Mazria, architect and founder of the Architecture 2030 initiative

The 2010 Imperative, Global Emergency Teach-in, live webcast from New York City.

Chris Luebkeman, director, Global Foresight and Innovation, Arup Group, London

GE s Kitchen of the Future

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Stephan Tanner, architect, Intep, Minneapolis

Institute for Business and Home Safety, Tampa, Fla.

Energy Information Center, Minnesota Department of Commerce

Center for Energy and the Environment, Minneapolis

www.ssa.gov; www.bbc.co.uk; www.discovery.com/2057

www.mnfuturists.org; The Futurist magazine; www.whatsnextnetwork.com

Project staff Stories: Karen Youso, youso@startribune.com.

Illustrations: Mark Boswell, mboswell@startribune.com

Editors: Susan Barbieri, Rhonda Prast, Martha Buns

Design, layout: Derek Simmons, Cynthia Dickison

Online design: Dave Braunger

Online coordinator: Troy Melhus

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