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David J. Sailor, founding director of the Green Building Research Laboratory (GBRL), provides insights into city-scale sustainability strategies geared towards reducing CO2 emissions and energy consumption, generating renewable energy, and improving air and water quality in high-performance buildings.
Dr. Sailor received his Ph.D. in 1993 from the University of California at Berkeley, where he conducted research with the Energy and Environment Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. After 10 years on the engineering faculty at Tulane University, he moved to Portland State University, where he became founding director of GBRL.
Dr. Sailor's research encompasses scales ranging from energy analysis of individual buildings to measurements and modeling of the urban climate system. He has served as chair of the AMS Board on the Urban Environment (2008 – 2011) and is currently (2011 – 2015) serving as an elected member of the Board of the International Association for Urban Climate.
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