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Off the Green Wall
I would like to introduce you to a terrific new blog site, but first I ask that you promise—cross your hearts— to stay faithful to our blogs here at Interior Design. If you can’t do that, please stop reading now.
Ok loyalists, here is Off the Green Wall, (OTGW) a quirky, yet provocative new blog dedicated to sustainability and the built environment. OTGW is hosted by the principals at ecoScorecard, the leading technology company that provides building product manufacturers with the platform to rate products on environmental attributes and third-party rating systems. Check out my post on ecoScorecard.
“Now that the Green Movement has clearly become mainstream, people are ready to move beyond inspiration,” explained Martin Flaherty, principal at ecoScorecard and OTGW anchor. “There’s a new voice of green leadership emerging, and that’s the voice of the people who are implementing sustainability in their jobs every day. Off the Green Wall is working to become one of the platforms for those voices.”
Flaherty explained that OTGW is intended to be a place where people have frank and interesting conversations about the issues related to sustainability, society’s actions about sustainability and how the two intersect.
The site is self-described as dedicated to discussions of some rather serious, and not quite so serious, things from some rather silly people. However, the authors of OTGW work in the world of green building and they know what they’re talking about.
“Four of the five authors are public speakers and one has even co-authored a book! Pretty heady stuff we admit, but we’re not the old guard eco-celebrities,” joked Flaherty. “In fact, we’re all normal, everyday superheros living among you fighting for truth, justice and the complete eradication of arrogance and nonsense from the world of green.”
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