Schools of the 21st Century, Green Architecture and “Green Talk”

December 19, 2008
Hosted by Jill Buck

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Episode Description

This week we’ll talk to Charles Linn, a leader in the launch of McGraw-Hill Construction’s new GreenSource magazine and website, as well as Schools of the 21st Century, Record’s annual publication, website, and symposium for the K-12 school market. As your host for Go Green Radio, I maintain my “Dean of Green” status by choosing only the top resources for the latest information in the environmental world, and GreenSource is one of my personnel favorites. We will also be joined by the Editor and Founder of Green Talk, Anna Hackman. Her website and blog is truly exceptional, both in the information presented and the user-friendly format. Gree-Talk.com is also one of my favorite resources.

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Jill Buck

Jill Buck

Upon graduation from the University of Illinois in 1991, Jill Buck was commissioned a Naval Officer. While stationed at the Fleet Training Center, San Diego, she served as the Legal, Physical Security, Administration, and Command Inspection Officer, as well as a Damage Control Instructor. She is an honor graduate of the Military Justice School, and a graduate of the Navy’s small arms weapons course, taught by former Navy Seals. In 2002, Jill wrote the Go Green Initiative, which is now the largest and fastest growing comprehensive environmental education program in the world, operating in 49 U.S. states, Indonesia, Europe, Mexico, and Africa. The program has been endorsed by the National School Boards Association (NSBA), National Recycling Coalition, 8 State PTA’s, California Integrated Waste Management Board, California Resource Recovery Association, and many more. Jill is a featured speaker at public policy, political, environmental, and PTA conventions across the country, and has been featured in such publications as U.S. Mayor, NSBA newsletter, Working Mother Magazine, Women’s Health Magazine, Ebony Magazine, Diablo Magazine’s “Women to Watch”. Jill owns her own business, Buck Consulting (www.jillbuckconsulting.com), which helps businesses “go green”, and is one of the nation’s leading advocates of free market solutions for environmental protection issues. Jill lives in Pleasanton, California with her husband and three children.

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