Building It Green! - A Lunch and Learn Event with Architect Mark Isaacs- Dec. 7, 2007

Living and Learning for Sustainability:
This Lunch and Learn Series seminar is part of the Sustainability Certification program offered through the Adena Center for Sustainability and Communications. This Workshop is co-sponsored by the Sustainable Business Networks.

Building it Green!

Global Warming: What You Can Do Now....Towards Near Zero Carbon Living

Mark Isaacs AIA

December 7. 2007
12 p.m to 1:30 p.m.
Adena Center  Louisville Campus
Directions: I-71 Exit 2, Zorn Ave. @ River Rd behind BP to the Galen Buiding, Second Floor.
Free and open to the public. Donations welcome. A light lunch buffet will be available.
Please RSVP to 502 896-1835 or
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In this Lunch and Learn seminar, Architect/Builder Mark Isaacs connects the big picture issues of climate change and energy with the practical choices facing homeowners, neighborhoods and businesses. How can we become energy efficient and move toward sustainable
Near Zero Carbon living? What is do-able and cost-effective now?

This workshop will be an eye opening tour of the state of green building today and the many positive opportunities available to homeowners, builders, students, neighbors, developers, technologists and others who want to participate now in the new green revolution.

Mark Isaacs is a Louisville based architect who has long been involved in the development of green, affordable, energy efficient solar buildings and communities. Most recently his firm designed and built the Legacy Lofts project, which promises "near carbon neutral living" in market rate green buildings.

The Legacy Lofts project was recently featured on local television:

Join us for this discussion of the rapidly changing Green Building landscape, and the opportunities for owners, builders, designers, neighbors and policy-makers to make smart decisions that help both the environment and the bottom line.

About Mark Isaacs

Legacy Homes was founded in 1987 by Mark Isaacs, Architect/Builder/Realtor. Mark returned to his hometown of Louisville in 1980 after receiving a Masters in Architecture from M.I.T. in Boston, Massachusetts.

* Registered Architect * Member, National Association of Architects * Registered Homebuilder * Member, National Association of Home Builders * Realtor Associate * Member, National Association of Realtors

* Featured on the 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 American Institute of Architects House Tours
* Designed and built Cornerstone 2020 Award-winning housing for Covenant Housing Fund
* Winner of two Kentucky Department of Energy Passive Solar Design Awards
* 10 year Members of the Better Business Bureau



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