ASP (Association of Student Planners) is presenting the e2 film series by PBS in Cheney (as well as Riverpoint). This series will take place every Tuesday in Kingston Hall room 328 at Noon. Starts Oct. 13 in Cheney. The second one commences Oct. 13 at Riverpoint.
- Is the axiom, redesign the design process, faulty, or jingoism?
- Is the new poetry of buildings in their DNA, the materials?
- Using blast furnace slag ash to redseign concrete that saves tons of CO2, in the case of the Bank of America building, 56,250 tons reduced, can this be the new operating material for future buildings everywhere?
We have the Cascadia Green Building Institute looking at biomimicry and the Bioneers ethos as innovative ways to tackle these building problems, but what about the suburbs, the single family homes, and apartments?
"In the course of history, there comes a time when humanity is called to shift to a new level of consciousness, to reach a higher moral ground. A time when we have to shed our fear and give hope to each other. That time is now."
- --Wangari Maathai, Green Belt Movement Founder and 2004 Nobel Peace Prize Winner
PLEASE BEGIN THE DISCUSSION AND COMMENT ON EACH FILM AND THE RESPECTIVE BLOG POST.