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Jeremy Faludi

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Jeremy Faludi (LEED AP), is a sustainable design strategist and researcher. He teaches green design at Stanford University, where he created the graduate/undergraduate class ME221: Green Design Tools and Metrics, and at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. He is also the sustainability expert and researcher for Project FROG, the leader in modular green buildings for schools and commercial applications. He has worked for Rocky Mountain Institute, The Biomimicry Institute, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Labs, among others. A bicycle he helped design has appeared in the CooperHewitt National Design Museum, and he was a finalist in the 2007 California Cleantech Open competition. In 2008, he was a juror for Dell's ReGeneration green computing competition.In addition to his design work, he writes for Worldchanging.com and is one of the many authors of Worldchanging: A User's Guide for the 21st Century. He also contributed to the books Packaging Sustainability by Wendy Jedlicka and Ecolabels: Concerns and Experiences by Asha B. Joshi; his ecolabel also appears in the book Green Graphic Design by Brian Dougherty. He has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the San Francisco Chronicle, BoingBoing.net, Treehugger, C|Net, Sustainable Industries Journal, Package Design Magazine, GreenBiz, Australian Broadcast Corporation radio, IT Conversations, and the Secretariat of the Commonwealth of Nations' newsletter Commonwealth Today.Jeremy has spoken on green design and biomimicry at conferences, schools, and businesses around the world. Originally trained as a physicist at Reed College, he spent some time in the semiconductor industry before getting his masters in product design at Stanford.Jeremy Faludi (LEED AP), is a sustainable design strategist and researcher. He teaches green design at Stanford University, where he created the graduate/undergraduate class ME221: Green Design Tools and Metrics, and at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. He is also the sustainability expert and researcher for Project FROG, the leader in modular green buildings for schools and commercial applications. He has worked for Rocky Mountain Institute, The Biomimicry Institute, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Labs, among others. A bicycle he helped design has appeared in the CooperHewitt National Design Museum, and he was a finalist in the 2007 California Cleantech Open competition. In 2008, he was a juror for Dell's ReGeneration green computing competition. In addition to his design work, he writes for Worldchanging.com and is one of the many authors of Worldchanging: A User's Guide for the 21st Century. He also contributed to the books Packaging Sustainability by Wendy Jedlicka and Ecolabels: Concerns and Experiences by Asha B. Joshi; his ecolabel also appears in the book Green Graphic Design by Brian Dougherty. He has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the San Francis