Tag Archives: Stephen Del Percio

Best of Green Building Law 2010, Part I

It is the week between Christmas and New Year’s, which can only mean one thing:  bloggers are getting lazy and doing "best of" posts.  In years past, I have highlighted three of my favorite blog posts from my own blog but in retrospect, that seems a bit self-aggrandizing.  Make no mistake, I am still going … Continue Reading

What’s the Next Big Thing In Green Building Law?

On Thursday, I highlighted an ENR article that focused on LEEDigaiton-related "chatter" at Greenbuild.  Some of that chatter was most likely the result of the first Greenbuild Legal Forum.  Another recent article highlighted additional green building law trends that were highlighted at the Forum.  Part Two:  Treehugger In attendance at the Greenbuild Legal Forum was … Continue Reading

What’s the Next Big Challenge in Green Building Law?

Two years ago, I attended my first Greenbuild, the annual conference and exhibition hosted by the US Green Building Council, in Boston, Massachusetts.  Frankly, it was a bit uncomfortable and I felt like an outsider.  By my count, only four attorneys were present among the thousands of attendees.  But the discussion of green building legal … Continue Reading

Top 5 Things I Learned at Green Building Law Symposium

Last week, I had the pleasure of speaking at the William and Mary Environmental Law & Policy Review symposium "It’s Not Easy Building Green."  The students did a fantastic job and the audience was large and engaged.  In particular, Mark Pike organized an interactive web 2.0 experience for the symposium that was quite impressive.  Many … Continue Reading

Best of 2008 According To GBLU!

As we close out 2008 here at Green Building Law Update, we must acknowledge all of the people, contributors and thought leaders out there that helped us come up with our content.   This list could go on forever but neither you nor I are interested in long posts this time of year.  Please feel … Continue Reading