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08/23/2011

NYC Mayor Bloomberg, Thomas Friedman and Cokie Roberts to Speak at Greenbuild 2011

 
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When the Morean Arts Center presented the Chihuly Collection of glass sculptures in St. Petersburg, Fla. last year, it wasn't just any old exhibition premiere. It was the culmination of nearly five years of design work and a career that's infamous for molding an entire medium into an artform…

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NYC Mayor Bloomberg, Thomas Friedman and Cokie Roberts to Speak at Greenbuild 2011
The lineup of renowned speakers for the U.S. Green Building Council's (USGBC) Greenbuild International Conference & Expo is now live. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, medical anthropologist and physician Paul Farmer, and ABC News political commentator Cokie Roberts will address the more than 25,000 attendees at Greenbuild 2011, taking place Oct. 4-7 in Toronto, Canada.

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Ceramics of Italy Partners with Architizer on Exhibit Design Challenge
The Italian ceramic tile industry sees every tradeshow as an opportunity to work with great designers to show off the potential of the material. For the North American market, Coverings is the show when the whole tile industry comes together and the Italians host thousands of guests at a bustling 3000-square-foot exhibit in the heart of an Italian pavilion.
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NCIDQ Opens Continuing Education Registry to All Users
The National Council for Interior Design Qualification, Inc. (NCIDQ) has opened its popular online continuing education registry to all users. Previously, the registry was an exclusive, free benefit for active NCIDQ Certificate holders, who could use the self-reporting system to record and track their CE activity.
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Court Dismisses Lawsuit Against U.S. Green Building Council
The United States District Court in New York City has dismissed in its entirety a lawsuit brought against the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) by Henry Gifford and others, holding that none of the plaintiffs in the action had alleged or could allege any legal interest to be protected by their lawsuit.
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August 23, 2011

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