Clive Pohl
Clive Pohl is an architect, LEED AP, and owner at POHL ROSA POHL in Lexington, KY. He is a founding member of the USGBC Kentucky Chapter and served for many years as Board member, Chair of Education, and as representative to the Southeast Regional Council. In 2009 he was appointed by KY Governor Steve Beshear to a 3 year seat on the High Performance Buildings Advisory Committee which gave rise to LEED requirements for state owned buildings. Clive is a frequent public speaker on the subject of environmental stewardship and is currently serving as an ambassador for the Living Building Challenge. A University of Washington alumnus, he is a composer / musician and award winning furniture maker. His wife runs the Center for Leadership Development at the University of Kentucky and they are blessed by two beautiful daughters. wwwView Clive Pohl's profile on LinkedIn

Simple ways to go green with your yardwork

Simple ways to go green with your yardwork

When working in your yard this summer consider an embrace of a few SIMPLE practices that will allow us to look guilt free into the eyes of our once and future grandchildren.

Accentuate the Positive

Accentuate the Positive

In her recent book Elizabeth Kolbert concludes through careful examination that we are the cause of the next big extinction event. However, we are enthusiastic, industrious, profit driven souls capable of revolutionary innovation and there are many examples of our capacity to modify our behavior to serve a desperate cause.

The Living Building Challenge 3.0: Visionary from the Start

The Living Building Challenge 3.0: Visionary from the Start

Designers and builders have often turned to green building rating systems for guidance. From the early days of the current environmental movement they were intended to serve as recipes for improved performance and environmental stewardship.

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