Portfolio: Neenan

1/17/11
Sustainability By Any Other Word

12/30/10
Rural Hospital Replacement: What Happens?

12/27/10
Design Vitality in Fitness and Sickness

12/16/10
Design Rx: Beauty, Stimulation, Interaction

12/14/10
Tweeting Greenbuild 2010

11/23/10
Giving Thanks for Unique Projects: The Slocum Center, Eugene, OR

11/16/10
What is Gender Equality in the Green Economy?

11/8/10
Changes A Year Brings: The Trials and Successes of 2010

11/1/10
Promoting CHCs for Affordable, Accessible, and Convenient Care

10/27/10
Who is Responsible for Privacy in the Age of Health Information Technology?

10/21/10
Engaging Students to Design their Sustainable Future

10/18/10
Closing the Digital Divide for Rural Healthcare

10/13/10
Climate Wisdom: Bringing Business and Government Together to Achieve Environmental Goals

10/11/10
Funding Community Health Care Centers

9/28/10
Rural Critical Access Hospital Financing Tips

9/22/10
Sustainability 102: Tools for Creating Ecological Balance at Home and Work

9/15/10
Healthcare 2050: Envisioning the Next 40 Years of Design Improvement

8/30/10
Schools 2050: Accelerating the Connection Between Green Building and Green Learning

8/20/10
Sustainable Urban Typologies: The 2050 Debate

8/18/10
Renewable Energy 2050: Learning from International Lessons

7/30/10
What is Government’s Role in Achieving Price Parity for Renewable Energy?

7/15/10
Guidance on the Guidelines: How Good is LEED?

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About Daniela

Daniela Morell holds a Masters in Architectural Science with a concentration in Built Ecologies from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Center for Architecture Science and Ecology in New York City. Her writing, research, and design work is guided by a value system for sustainability that includes both the responsible use of energy and material resources, as well as the social need for design to inspire more ecologically balanced living.
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