Gabbing about a topic that really gets me excited…Economics! For most people, economics is a misunderstood topic. It’s not just a course we are made to suffer through in college, but it’s a language. You read that correctly. Economics is the language of business! Green Economics is the Language of Green Business and Building.
Elliot Eisenberg of the Bow Tie Economist joins us from Washington, D.C. to help us translate this beautiful language. With the Presidential election behind us, Elliot gives us a little peak behind the curtain about what we can expect with the new administration. Why is this important?
Policy on sustainability, renewable energy, and in particular, green building impact Green Economics.
With Elliot’s background as a senior economist with the National Association of Home Builders for over a decade, he is uniquely qualified to discuss what impact, if any, the new administration’s fiscal and regulatory policy will have on sustainability, renewable energy, and in particular, green building.
Green Economics is the Language of Green Business and Building
The question for us to delve into is simple…is sustainability, renewable energy, and green building too ingrained in society to be marginalized by the new administration? In this time of uncertainty, it’s best to remain positive as no president aims to fail. As Elliot tells us, we can differ on policy positions, but if the President gets the economic growth right, we should be in good shape. For the lighter side of economics, click on Elliot’s web site and blog www.econ70.com.
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