LEED Construction: Producing a Payoff
‘Father of LEED’ Rob Watson says green construction makes financial sense

By JOHN STANCAVAGE, Tulsa World Business Columnist

Many real estate property owners believe they can’t afford to go “green,” but ECON Group CEO, Rob Watson, says: in reality it’s the other way around.

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An afternoon with the Godfather (of LEED, that is).

By KSQ Architects

Rob Watson presented Keynote remarks at the South Central Regional USGBC Chapters meeting in Tulsa.

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5 ‘deep’ questions to unlock efficiency in buildings

By Don Carli

According to corporate sustainability, climate change and environmental management professionals, which sustainability initiatives are perceived to yield the optimum combination of environmental and economic benefit?

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Boston becomes latest city to order building energy benchmarking

By Minot Frye and Rob Watson

Boston becomes the eighth city to mandate energy benchmarking and auditing requirements for large commercial and residential buildings.

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On The Verge of Change: A View of Our Future Energy World

By Peter Kelly-Detwiler

Forbes columnist, Peter Kelly-Detwiler talks about Rob Watson’s pathbreaking report for VERGE and the Built Environment.

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‘Green’ growth fuels an entire industry

By Thomas Frank, USA TODAY

Green construction is expected to reach $122 billion by 2015 as developers use low-cost options to make buildings environmentally friendly.

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Google and DOD on leading the charge for better buildings

By Padma Nagappan

At the VERGE DC event, Rob Watson moderates a panel with DOD’s Dorothy Robyn deputy undersecretary of defense and Google’s real estate and workplace services green team lead Anthony Ravitz.

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