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Regen360: Creating a Green Legacy

David Gottfried
Health & FitnessSociety & Culture

David Gottfried is best known as the father of the global green building movement, having founded both the U.S. Green Building Council and the World Green Building Council (with GBCs in over 100 countries). He’s a catalyst for transformational start-ups, collaboration and inspiration. Gottfried is an entrepreneur, author, keynote speaker and modern art painter.


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Latest Episodes

This episode of Regen360 features the greenbiz warrior and strategic thought leader Joel Makower. Joel was one of the first green business journalists, starting four decades ago, and up through this day, he’s continually pushing us to break through p... more

19 days ago

Our interview featuring Amory Lovins, the foremost energy efficiency guru in the world [IMHO]. Amory invented the concept of “negawatt” - meaning a watt of energy saved through efficiency replaces a watt of generated energy, but without the huge nega... more

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David’s interview with Ashok Gupta, a Senior Energy Economist at NRDC for Climate and Clean Energy who served on New York City’s Sustainable Energy Policy Task Force under Michael Bloomberg. Ashok’s work has been highly recognized including the ACEEE... more

2 months ago


4.7 out of 5 stars from 27 ratings
  • Heather from Connecticut

    David Gottfried is one of America's brightest visionary lights. His podcasts are fascinating and inspiring. Cannot recommend highly enough. A clarion call to the regenerative future!

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    United States4 years ago
  • Everything, Everything, Everything

    This podcast is relevant, timely and meaningful. As I do, you look at at the world from a triple bottom line perspective that is so important for everyone to understand. Your questions are spot on. The only issue I have is the sound. If you can improve your sound quality, your technical element will be as great as your content. Best of luck.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 years ago
  • Deeply devoted Humans

    The interview with Mahesh was wonderful. What a brilliant and inspired man! As always, I look forward to your upcoming interviews. Again, much gratitude for your work. Dr Sara too! - Rahjta

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    Rahjta Ren
    United States4 years ago
  • Awesome podcast!

    Great topics, guests, questions, and discussions. A must for anyone interest to push green and well being farther.

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    Steve in Bucharest
    United States4 years ago
  • Unique and thought provoking

    Love the discussions on everything GREEN! Each episode includes specific micro and macro ideas of what we can each do to care for our planet, our people, and ourselves. Thank you David!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 years ago

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