Sustainability for Buildings, Communities, and Businesses
Huston Eubank is a registered architect (Hawai’i and NCARB) and an independent consultant specializing in sustainability for buildings, communities and businesses. He was a Principal at Rocky Mountain Institute for 6 years, and subsequently served the World Green Building Council as founding Secretary and Executive Director. He co-created and teaches the “Integrative Design for Energy Efficiency” course for Singapore’s Certified Energy Manager Program (SCEM), is an Associate of Climate Resources Exchange International Pte Ltd. and The Green Asia Group, and an advisor to Chris Allen Associates (biomimicry). From 2009 to 2016 he served as Chief Knowledge and Innovation Officer and Director of Consulting for Regenerative Network, Inc..
He has recently caught the Passive House bug, and signed on with 475 High Performance Building Supply to promote the uptake of Passive House, and support 475’s Business Development in Eastern Canada.
Huston has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cornell University, is a Fulbright Senior Specialist and a LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP).
Huston is a generalist who is knowledgeable in all aspects of green building, with special interests in integrative design and whole-systems thinking, biomimicry and biophilia, design for energy efficiency and environmental responsibility, indoor environmental quality, quality assurance, efficient communication and documentation, strategic business alliances, coordination of complex interrelated systems, and large, complex commercial and industrial projects.
Goals: Action, not words. Work within a global framework toward the reduction of climate change causes and impacts. Help to create high-leverage and large-scale new ways of doing “business as usual” that are restorative as well as profitable.