AIA Seeks to Promote Nature’s Health

     The American Institute of Architects has been instrumental over the last few years in promoting a better way for architects to sustain their practice. It is their belief the architects will be able to build structures and organizations that not only promote human flourishing but also promote sustainability of nature. In order to bring this new vision into reality the executive board hired Robert Ivy as the next chief executive officer of the American Institute of Architects.

Robert Ivy had already been working with the American Institute of Architects as the vice president for several years. However, when the spot of CEO was left vacant by the previous worker Robert Ivy was a natural choice.

Robert Ivy listened to the member base of the American Institute of architects and began to promote change in both the organization and in the world. He knew the people that supported the American Institute of architects were looking for a way to promote public health and environmental sustainability. They were very aware of climate change and they understood that they were the frontline soldiers who could protect the world from global warming.

Robber Ivy believe that this vision would gain support not only in the field of architecture but in almost every other worldview in the United States of America. However, in order for the American Institute of Architects to pull it off, several things needed to happen. The first thing that needed to happen is for the American Institute of Architects to completely change the inner workings of their organization. The second thing that needed to happen was a full-scale teaching program that could educate old and new architects in the newest techniques that promoted environmental sustainability.

In the fall of 2017 robber Ivy attended a Clinton Foundation dinner and was invited to present on the new initiative of the American Institute of Architects. He stood in front of the thousand people present and discussed before them how he was beginning what American Institute of Architects referred to as the decade of change. This decade of change was see to it that architects both old and new were taught in the various techniques that not only helped empower public health but also advocated for environmental sustainability.

Robber Ivy received a standing ovation that day and also many invitations to address this problem with and local corporations as the keynote speaker to different events.