How Career relates to Sustainability

How CAREER relates to SUSTAINABILITY

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  • Laurie McGinley
    Career → Sustainability
    Pick up the tool that feels best in your hand and get to work. And I've said that twice now. I'm not a practicing architect right now. I have my license and I started a company because I realized that there is something that I individually with my unique abilities can do to advance the cause of addressing climate change much faster than I was doing that. https://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/29674-how-fear-of-change-inhibits-our-progress-toward-a-sustainable-future-with-laurie-mcginley
    2021-08-04
  • Laurie McGinley
    Career → Sustainability
    I knew I wanted to be an architect when I was in high school. So at seventeen I picked this route. And I think I was really close. That was probably the most accurate choice I could have made at that time about what I thought I wanted to be when I grew up. And at the time sustainability wasn't in the forefront of my mind that was circa 1995. And I grew up in a family that recycled pretty early and were conscious about the energy that we use, but it wasn't a major theme in picking the field. Certainly throughout undergrad, I became aware of it. But it wasn't until I decided to go back, I left the field for a bit and came back and it wasn't until I decided to go back that it was very much in the forefront of my mind. I became a web designer after my undergrad and decided to go back for my master of architecture in order to do something about climate. https://www.solvecast.com/articles/detail/29674-how-fear-of-change-inhibits-our-progress-toward-a-sustainable-future-with-laurie-mcginley
    2021-08-04
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