Kurt Teichert is Senior Lecturer in Environmental Studies at Brown University and Critic in Interior Architecture at Rhode Island School of Design. He teaches courses and advises students on building science, sustainability in design, environmental stewardship, urban infrastructure, and transportation technology and policy. Kurt came to Brown in 1992 to coordinate an environmental education and advocacy initiative that links student research and education efforts with university operations to implement programs that reduce the negative environmental impacts and now teaches and advises full time. He has been involved in research, design and construction of high performance educational facilities, and managed and renovated historic properties for over 30 years. Kurt worked as Research Associate and Facilities Manager at The New Alchemy Institute in the 1980s, which is when he first became active in the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association. He serves as a member of the RI Energy Efficiency & Resource Management Council, volunteers as a mechanic and Board member at Recycle-A-Bike, and serves on the Board of the Green Energy Consumers Alliance.
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