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Eric Corey Freed
Green Architect | Keynote speaker | Author of 11 books | Disruptor | | | Speaker | Visioneer
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Eric Corey Freed 3h
At the rate of urbanization between now and 2050, we're looking at the equivalent of building a city the size of New York every five weeks for the next 33 years.
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Eric Corey Freed 17h
As usual, Alex perfectly articulates the situation
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 16
Thrilled to be quoted in this great piece by for : Is ‘Climate-Positive’ Design Possible? Can cities revamp their neighborhoods so they cancel out more carbon than they emit? (YES)
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 15
Any story on climate change that uses polling of the general public might as well also ask, "So what does Taylor Swift think about it..." Public opinion doesn't matter when it comes to climate issues.
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 15
I can't even tell you how excited I am about this amazing event in LA on March 1st: 2°C Symposium I'm honored to be a keynote with an all star line up of some of my favorite people, incl: Join us:
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 15
I'm thrilled to moderate this discussion on Resiliency for City Club and starting these important conversations around planning for Climate Change in Central Oregon. Join us on February 21st!
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 15
Ideas once thought unimaginable are now being considered: * floating cities * desalination * graphene for battery * ammonia for cooling * magnesium for sequestration * poop for energy
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 15
Fungi Bricks That Grow Stronger Than Concrete
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 14
As a fun mental exercise, I made a list of the top ten problems I think humankind needs to focus on and solve this century. I'm actively working on 6 of these, but trying to expand my efforts to work on all 10.
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 14
Phase Change Materials that can change shape
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 14
Architects normally zoom OUT, not zoom IN, but we're zooming in and working at the parts per billion.
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 13
Insulated gravel made from recycled glass!
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 13
We're obsessing over designing the wrong things.
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 13
We are more sure that greenhouse gas is causing climate change than we are that smoking causes cancer.
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 13
If manufacturers ask different questions about their materials, they could uncover some great opportunities. and explore this: Materiality Is Broken. But It Doesn’t Have to Be.
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 12
Some cows cry as they enter the slaughterhouse.
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 12
Largest taxi company () owns no cars. Largest content company () owns no content. Largest warehouse () owns no inventory. Largest hotelier (@aiabnb) owns no rooms. The concept of ownership is changing the built environment (you just don't realize it yet)
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 12
thou shall not steal: the bible is the most shoplifted book in the world
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BUILDEX shows Feb 6
We’re very excited to be hosting some of the very best industry leaders & influencers at including , , James KM Cheng &
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Eric Corey Freed Feb 11
To have (one of the top 8 homebuilders in the world), invest in accelerated 3D house printing is a HUGE market signal
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