As you may know, this week is the United States Green Building Council’s national event, GreenBuild, in Boston: 

USGBC’s Greenbuild conference and expo is an unparalleled opportunity to connect with other green building peers, industry experts, and influential leaders as they share insights on the green building movement and its diverse specialties.

This year’s theme is "Revolutionary Green: Innovations for Global Sustainability” and Archbishop Desmond Tutu will be the keynote speaker.  I am very excited to attend, and, in particular, hear about green building regulatory schemes.  I wonder if others will argue that LEED certification should not be mandated through government regulations? 

If you are going to be at GreenBuild and you would like to meet up, please send me an email ( or leave a comment below.  It would be great to meet some of my readers!

Come hear construction, design and surety experts speak about emerging green building litigation and risks:

Green Building:  Opportunity or Legal Quagmire?