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Selected Press

Christine Ervin: Oregon's LEED-ing Lady
Portland, OR, 2009

Ervin honored in Inaugural Energy Efficiency Hall of Fame
Washington D.C., June 15, 2009
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Cascadia recognizes Lifetime Achievement Fellows
Portland, OR, 2009

Green Buildings: What’s in Store for Existing Buildings and Data Centers?
Uptime Institute Symposium, 2009

“The Mainstreaming of Green Buildings (and Everything Else)”
Greenbiz.com, June 2007

Christine Ervin Named 'Editor at Large'
Greener World Media, April 2007

Ervin, Houck join nine others on development commission
Daily Journal of Commerce, October 20, 2005

A Conversation with Christine Ervin
©BetterBricks, September 2005
"BetterBricks caught up with Christine Ervin back in her hometown of Portland recently and asked her a few questions about LEED and the future of the building industry…"

Value Underlies Green Movement
ASHRAE Journal, July 2005
"This market is not fueled by deprivation, crisis, or wrenching trade-offs…"
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View it on ASHRAE members-only website

LEED Gets Green Globes Competition
Daily Journal of Commerce, June 2005

Hats Off
Building, Operating and Management Magazine, February 2005

What Makes the USGBC Tick? (cover)
Sustainable Industries Journal, November 2004
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USGBC Honors Christine Ervin
Greenbiz.com, November 2004

Ervin Steps Down as USGBC CEO
Biz Journal, April 2004

Christine Ervin: Environmental Envoy (cover)
Today’s Facility Manager, October 2003
"This 'Green CEO' talks about the role of sustainability in business…"

Conversation with LEED Leader, Christine Ervin
©BetterBricks, August 2003
"USGBC’s CEO discusses the first two years of LEED™…"

Green Building Leader
Con Web Newsletter, August 2003
"Christine Ervin likes to debunk the idea that optional standards are ineffective…"

The Green Building Movement
The Source Magazine, Hughes Supply, 2002
"Christine Ervin has always championed environmental reform with a market twist…"