07 Jun '11, 5pm

What did you learn as president of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario? @lloydalter shares how heritage is green

Just over two years ago I asked TreeHugger prez Ken and editor Meg if I could take on a time-consuming volunteer gig as President of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario , a 76 year old heritage activist organization. They were totally supportive, and when term was up this past weekend, Meg suggested that I write about what I had learned from the experience. However, looking back at many of the posts I have written over the last two years, I realized that I already have, many times in TreeHugger. I also realized that my thinking about the environment and green building has evolved significantly during that time.

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/06/heritage-is-green...

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