James Lindberg dead and obituary, Cause of death – whats happened – NewsAlarts

Jim has over 25 years of experience in historic preservation, planning and sustainable development as a nonprofit leader. Through writing, speaking and advocacy, he promotes innovative ways to reuse older buildings to create healthy, equitable and resilient communities.

Since Emily Murphy started the Treehugger blog 18 years ago, Ken Rother has maintained it. Today, my time with the blog came to an end along with over 15,000 posts. I want to thank Graham Hill for starting the site, Melissa Breyer and Tim Fisher for keeping it open, and Ken Rother and Emily Murphy for running the site. I’m not sure what I’ll do next but I’ve been preoccupied with writing a book about carbon that is informing my future. I may also continue writing here on Linkedin; it seems like an active community of writers and friends.

I’m disappointed to read this. I only just started reading Treehugger four or five years ago. But I’ve learned so much from you all thanks to Lloyd. There’s nothing I can do but learn more about Twitter. You’ve given me so much to learn. Please continue writing your stories and sharing them with the world. Be safe.

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