Green Building Event at the National Building Museum

You never know who's watching, I guess.  I received this email today:

Dear Mr. Offutt,

Since you often write about green building practices, I think that your readers might be interested in attending the lecture For the Greener Good: Life After Plastic, exploring the future of alternative building products for the construction industry. Please find detailed information about the program below. I hope you will share this information with your readers.

Thank you in advance for your consideration and please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or if I can provide you with additional information.
Stacy Adamson
Marketing and Communications Associate

So taking a look at what she sent, I decided to pass it along.  There's an event called For the Greener Good: Life After Plastic being held at the National Building Museum on February 17 from 6:30 - 8:00 PM.  There is a small registration fee.  Click here for more details and information.

Here's a quick blurb:

As a petroleum based product, many believe that as the price of oil rises, the cost of plastic building materials will rise. What is the future of alternate products for the construction industry?

A discussion with:
Blaine Brownell, Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota School of Architecture
Jay Bolus, VP of Technical Operations, MBDC
Lance Hosey, President and CEO, GreenBlue (moderator)
Robert Peoples, Ph.D.,Director of the ACS Green Chemistry Institute®
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