Boost Your Bottom Line: Go Green! - June 6, 2013

Recorded Thursday, June 6, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. (Eastern)

It’s true. Going green can improve your bottom line. Consumers in all age groups increasingly recognize the value in recycling waste and reducing energy use whether in their own personal lives or on a broader—even global—basis. New construction either seeks out LEED certification or uses LEED standards as the goal. And retrofitting existing communities and facilities has become financially sensible, as the cost of green alternatives has gone down—as has the time it takes to achieve a return on the investment.

This educational offering is approved for 1.50 credit hours by the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB). Upon webcast approval and enrollee’s successful completion of the test, Irving Levin Associates, Inc. will issue a NAB certificate of completion for students to issue to their state licensure boards.
 

Webcast
AT A GLANCE
DATE: Recorded Thursday, June 6, 2013
TIME: Whenever it's convenient for you. A recording will be made available in your membership account.
PLACE: Anywhere you can connect online
COST: Buy now for $193!
REGISTERING IS EASY:
1. Online
2. Call toll-free: 1-800-248-1668
New (and some not-so-new) actionable, money-saving green ideas
The importance of an energy audit and how to implement the results
Green improvements that provide the quickest ROI
Green improvements that provide the biggest ROI
PLUS...your chance to ask our panel of experts any questions about going green!

BUY TODAY and learn about how going green can improve your bottom line from our panel of leading industry experts — without ever having to leave your desk:

 

Panel of Experts:

Marcus Sheffer
Marcus Sheffer is an energy/environmental consultant with over 30 years of experience. His company, Energy Opportunities, Inc. (EO) provides technical consulting services on projects relating to energy management, efficiency and conservation; renewable energy systems and the environmental impacts of human enterprises. EO also operates the York County Community Foundation Energy Program providing technical and financial assistance to local Read More
LEED Fellow, Energy Opportunities, Inc.
Steve Leone is a senior level, award-winning design professional with over twenty-five years of experience in the field of architecture. He has extensive background in senior living/care environments and sustainable design. His passion and depth of experience has brought steady repertoire of special projects and speaking engagements.  Steve is a member of NJ Alliance for Culture Change and LeadingAge (NJ/PA/SC). Steve is also co-founder of Read More
Principal, Spiezle Architectural Group, Inc.
Jeffrey Perlman
Jeffrey Perlman is the President and Founder of Bright Power. He spends his days solving the most challenging energy problems facing building owners today. An experienced energy auditor, energy analyst and solar-energy-system designer, Jeff is as happy in a boiler room or on a rooftop as he is in a corporate boardroom. Jeff is also the President & co-Founder of EnergyScoreCards™, a subsidiary of Bright Power that provides energy Read More
President & Founder, Bright Power, Inc.
Clark Reed
Clark Reed serves as a National Program Manager for ENERGY STAR at the US Environmental Protection Agency where he works with commercial building partners to identify energy opportunities, promote energy efficiency best practices, and recognize top performing buildings.  He managed EPA’s efforts to establish a national energy performance rating scale for hospitals, medical offices, and most recently, senior living communities.  Read More
National Program Manager, ENERGY STAR Commercial Buildings U.S. E.P.A.
Robert Traer
Robert Traer is currently the chair of the Environmental Concerns Committee of Pilgrim Place, a retirement community. In 2001 Robert joined the faculty of the Dominican University of California where he continues to teach ethics online. Robert is the author of the textbook "Doing Environmental Ethics" (Westview Press, 2008 and 2012). From 1990 to 2000 he directed the International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF) and Read More
Chair, Environmental Concerns Committee, Pilgrim Place