Raleigh, NC, September 18, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Miles M. (Bud) Smart, Ph.D., president of Audubon Environmental (www.audubonenv.com), a sustainability consulting firm that works with landowners, developers and government entities to protect and sustain land, water, wildlife and natural resources, has announced the release of a podcast discussing the importance of sustainable construction and development. In the podcast, Sarah Anderson, project manager for Audubon Environmental, addresses how Audubon Environmental works to minimize the impact of construction on the surrounding environment. Anderson stresses the importance of monitoring the success of the development design and how to incorporate the construction team into the sustainable effort. The podcast is available for download at http://www.mmipublicrelations.com/podcasts/entry/sarah-anderson-of-audubon-environmental-discusses-sustainable-construction.
“Construction and development can be detrimental to an area’s environment,” said Smart. “Audubon Environmental emphasizes the importance of minimizing the impact of construction, monitoring the success of the design and involving the construction team in the sustainable development efforts.”
About Audubon Environmental:
Audubon Environmental is a world leader in sustaining healthy native ecosystems and smart, efficient natural resource use. The firm’s scientists and sustainability experts work as partners with land owners and managers, developers and governments to protect and restore the natural environment within the context of plans for human use. Since 1995, Audubon Environmental has partnered with more than 200 projects throughout the United States and in countries worldwide. The firm’s work has been recognized with numerous third-party certifications, awards and accolades. For more information about Audubon Environmental, visit www.audubonenv.com.
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