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In a brilliantly cruel stroke of scheduling irony, the morning after our party with the GreenSource folks at the Funky Buddha, we held a breakfast for our BuildingGreen Suite firm-wide subscribers: organizations that have an account for every person in their operation. It was some heady company to be in, with movers and shakers from the likes of Gensler, HOK, Perkins + Will, William McDonough + Partners, Sasaki, Rocky Mountain Institute, Mithun, and SmithGroup, among several others.





We don't buy these folks breakfast once a year at Greenbuild just to honor them. These are the best and brightest: Knowing what's on their minds, and what their professional information needs are, helps us help them. Plus, it's so much fun to talk with people who are at the top of their game. For more information about firm-wide subscriptions, email our Network Accounts Manager, .

Oh—did I mention the view?




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1 The primary topic of conversa posted by Jim Newman on 11/12/2007 at 01:06 pm

The primary topic of conversation at this great breakfast was how to achieve the Architecture2030 Challenge goals for firms that have adopted them.

You can find the goals here (http://www.architecture2030.org/2030_challenge/index.html) and see which firms have adopted the challenge.

Adopting the Challenge is easy. Meeting the Challenge goals will be quite a trick, and these efforts were a big part of our conversation.


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