by , 03/15/05
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Ali Kriscenski, Inhabitat Contributing Writer, Inhabitat
Ali was first captivated by sustainable design while snowboarding past green buildings in Colorado ’s Rocky Mountains . After several years quieting her inner ski bum, she returned to her native Connecticut where she received her BA in Art History from UConn and began a decade-long career as a home improvement contractor. She fused her love of nature and the built environment through graduate studies in Environmental Science at Antioch New England Graduate School and a Master’s Certificate in Sustainable Design from Boston Architectural College. Today, she lives in Germany where she works as a freelance writer and runs the Epona Foundation, a non-profit that provides professional services to organizations working for environmental and social justice.

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  1. Darryl Williams January 23, 2008 at 9:10 am

    Hi Ali,

    I saw your work on the revamped airline trolleys and am interested in purchasing them, please be so kind as to email me further detail.

  2. Nichoel Farris, Owner &... January 18, 2008 at 9:34 pm

    Hi Ali, thank you for being a revolutionary and believing in affordable healthy green housing options !

  3. Stephanie January 3, 2008 at 4:56 pm

    Hi Ali–
    I was happy to see your article on PG&E’s step forward in wave power. I am the art manager for a book on energy to be published by UC Press and would like to use the photos in your article. What is the source? Thanks much!

  4. Aaron December 4, 2007 at 1:05 am

    Dear Ali,

    I like your cool designing of switches. we produce decorated switches too. please visit our website we hope to have some cooperation in switch designing.



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