Plug Into New Ideas
On Thursday, November 15, RMI hosted a Google Hangout focused on integrating superefficiency into America’s affordable housing. Today Alexis Karolides—AIA, LEED AP, and RMI Principal—answers your questions from the Hangout.
Note: This is the 4th post in a series highlighting the work of Rocky Mountain Institute alumni. Thornton Tomasetti is a structural engineering powerhouse with 600 employees worldwide, two of whom are RMI alumni: Amy Seif Hattan and Gunnar Hubbard.
Albert Einstein is often quoted as having said, “You can’t solve a problem with the same level of consciousness that created it.”
This Google Hangout—coming up on Tuesday, December 11—will give a window into how RMI focuses its efforts for maximum impact, and how our supporters play a key role in making that impact possible.
“Might makes right.” The popular aphorism has been around for centuries, and the perspective it offers for millennia.