Christopher Cayten, LEED AP, M.Arch
Chris has more than 18 years of experience in sustainability consulting, energy management, architecture and real estate development in New York City and overseas. In addition to overseeing CodeGreen’s operations and business development, Chris manages energy efficiency, LEED and corporate sustainability projects for over 50 million square feet of real estate and Fortune 500 clients. Chris has worked with the municipal governments of New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles on energy efficiency legislation and voluntary carbon reduction programs including New York City’s ambitious “80×50” in-depth study on how to reduce building-based emissions 80% by 2050. He holds a master’s degree from the Yale School of Architecture, a BA from Yale University, and has spoken on a number of panels regarding energy efficiency and energy efficiency legislation in New York and California including events hosted by U.S. EPA, BOMA-NY, BOMA-SF, PG&E, NYC Dept. of Buildings, Yale University, Verge, NAIOP, AIA, Urban Green Council, GRI and BuildingsNY. He is an active member of Urban Green and serves on the sustainability committees of BOMA-NY and REBNY and the boards of the Urban Air Foundation and SCALEAfrica.