The first speaker in the Klai Juba Lecture Series "The 2030 Challenge: Environmental Design in the Face of Climate Change" was Ed Mazria. The posting in this blog on the 2010 Imperative relates highlights from his lecture. The tape of his presentation is in the Architecture Studies Library. More on Ed Mazria and his accomplishments is at http://www.library.unlv.edu/arch/events/lectures/edwardmazria.html
Pliny Fisk spoke at the University of Nevada Las Vegas School of Architecture on October 20. The tape of his presentation is now available in the Architecture Studies Library. The announcement of his lecture http://www.library.unlv.edu/arch/events/lectures/plinyfiskIII.html
, the 2nd in this fall's Klai Juba Lecture Series, includes a brief summary of Fisk's work in sustainable design. More can be found on the web pages of his non-profit organization The Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems http://www.cmpbs.org/
The third speaker in the series, John Reynolds, spoke Nov. 1. The announcement gives more information: http://www.library.unlv.edu/arch/events/lectures/johnreynolds.html
. The tape of his presentation will soon be available!
The last speaker is Susan Roaf, speaking Monday, Nov. 6. The announcement is at http://www.library.unlv.edu/arch/events/lectures/susanroaf.html
This series has been fabulous!! Many thanks to Klai Juba Architects for sponsoring the series. Kudos to Alfredo Fernandez-Gonzalez for putting together an outstanding slate of speakers.