Pete Atkin is a senior associate at GreenOrder, an LRN company. The strategy and management consulting firm has helped leading companies turn sustainability into business value since 2000.
Pete Atkin is an associate at GreenOrder, an LRN company. The strategy and management consulting firm has helped leading companies turn sustainability into business value since 2000.
Pete has been integral to the growth of GreenOrder's green real estate practice where he has focused on developing and implementing green investment strategies and best practices for national and global investors, developers and leaders in the hospitality sector.
Prior to joining GreenOrder, Pete held fellowships at the Natural Resources Defense Council and the U.S. Green Building Council. Pete has a Bachelor of Science degree in a self-designed major, Engineering for Sustainability, from Stanford University and is a LEED Accredited Professional under the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Program.
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As the draft stimulus package winds its way through Congress, experts are noting that as expected there is a strong emphasis on energy efficiency and green jobs in the package, with a number of items directed at the building sector. Laudable as the proposals are, incentives targeting energy efficiency improvements in the commercial building sector seem to come up short.