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The Global Green Deal

The bad news is we have to change our ways- and fast. Heres the good news:
it could be a hugely profitable enterprise. * see Fuller's credentials below.
The Global Green Deal
The Global Green Deal
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Credentials: 09.Aug.2002 09:42

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The Global Green Deal
@ The Buckminster Fuller Institute

R Buckminster Fuller

Honorary Awards

1952 Award of merit, AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS,
New York chapter
1954 Gran premio, TRIENNALE Dl MILANO, Italy
1955 Award of merit, U.S. MARINE CORPS, (civilian)
1955 Centennial Award, and Citation, MICHIGAN STATE COLLEGE
1957 Gran premio, TRIENNALE Dl MILANO, Italy
1958 Gold medal, SCARAB, National Architectural Society
1960 Frank P. Brown medal of FRANKLIN INSTITUTE
1960 Roy Edwin Crummer Award, CRUMMER SCHOOL OF FINANCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
1960 Gold medal, AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS,
Philadelphia chapter
1963 &;Allied professions gold medal&;, AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS
1963 Plomado de Oro award, SOCIETY OF MEXICAN ARCHITECTS
1964 Gold key laureate, DELTA PHI DELTA National fine arts honor society
1964 Medal for Notable Creative Achievement, BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
1966 Award of Achievement,
INDUSTRIAL DESIGNERS SOCIETY OF AMERICA
1967 Alumnus Honoris Causa,
ASBESTOSā€”DANVILLEā€”SHIPTON HIGH SCHOOL
1967 Appreciation Award, MENSA
1967 Appreciation Award, YOUNG PRESIDENT'S
ORGANIZATION, Western Area Conference
1967 Centennial Award, BOSTON SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS
1967 Honorary Citizen, HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS
1967 Leadership Award, ALICE LLOYD COLLEGE
1967 Order of Lincoln medal, LINCOLN ACADEMY OF ILLINOIS
1967 The Fifth Thanksgiving Award, CLARKE COLLEGE
1967 Golden Eagle Award for Excellence in Film,
COUNCIL ON INTERNATIONAL NON-THEATRICAL EVENTS
1968 Award for excellence, AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF
STEEL CONSTRUCTION (Expo '67 Dome)
1968 Boss of the Year, NATIONAL SECRETARIES
1968 Citation, BUFFALO WESTERN NEW YORK CHAPTER AIA
1968 First architectural design award, AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS,(Expo '67 Dome)
1968 Gold medal (architecture),
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ARTS AND LETTERS
1968 President's Cabinet Award, UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT
1968 Royal gold medal of architecture from
Her Majesty the Queen on recommendation of the
ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS
1969 Citation of merit, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
1969 Diploma of Achievement, DEAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
1969 Humanist of the year, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF HUMANISTS
1969 Master designer, Product Engineering, MCGRAW-HILL AWARD
1969 Citation of Merit, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
1970 Gold medal, AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS
1970 Gold medal, CALIFORNIA STATE POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE
1970 Eighth Lively Arts Award for Architecture, A.W.N.Y.
1970 Master Architect of ALPHA RHO CHI (resigned 1980)
1970 Award of Merit CLIFF DWELLERS
1971 Salmagundi Medal and Honorable Life Membership, SALMAGUNDI CLUB
1972 Outstanding Lecturer and Author, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
1972 The Founders Medal, AUSTIN COLLEGE
1973 Award of Merit, PHILADELPHIA ART ALLIANCE
1973 Citation of Honorary Citizenship, CITY OF PHILADELPHIA
1973 First Annual DVM Award, DELAWARE VALLEY MENSA ASSOCIATION
1973 Honorary Citizen, SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA
1974 Annual Award, BOSTON MONTESSORI SCHOOLHOUSE
1974 Appreciation Medal, HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL CLUB OF NEW YORK
1974 Educator of the Year Award, MONTESSORI INSTITUTE OF AMERICA
1974 Appreciation Award, WABASH VALLEY ASSOCIATION INC.
1974 Citation, DREXEL UNIVERSITY (Nesbitt College)
1974 Commendation, CALIFORNIA MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY
1975 Certificate of Honor, CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
1975 Diploma, STOWE SCHOOL
1975 Distinguished Service Award Medal, BEECH AIRCRAFT CORPORATION
1975 Marshal Visitor, INTERNATIONAL HOUSE
1975 Planetary Citizen Award, UNITED NATIONS
1975 Recognition, PHILADELPHIA ARTISTS SHOWCASE
1975 Reward for Peace, WORLD UNIFICATION MOVEMENT
1976 America's Tricentennial Resolution for Utopia over Oblivion, founding of the Buckminster Fuller Matrix Society, VON BRAWN CIVIC CENTER, HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA
1976 Award for 16 Years Service, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY AT CARBONDALE
1976 Citizen of the New Age of Enlightenment Award, INTERNATIONAL MEDITATION SOCIETY 1976 Gold Medal of Honor, NATIONAL ARTS CLUB
1976 International New Thought Alliance Humanitarian Award
1976 Recognition Award, OAKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Southeast Campus Center
1976 The Bicentennial Award, GOLDEN SLIPPER CLUB, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1976 Wilma and Roswell Messing, Jr. Award, ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY LIBRARY ASSOCIATION 1977 Achievers Award in Architecture, SAMSONITE CORPORATION
1977 Distinguished Speaker, UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY
1977 Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award, NEW YORK LEAGUE FOR THE HARD OF HEARING 1977 Eli Whitney Award, CONNECTICUT PATENT LAW ASSOCIATION
1977 Engineering and Science Award, DREXEL UNIVERSITY FEDERATION OF ENGINEERING AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES
1977 First Annual Henry Townley Heald Award, ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, Graduate Association
1977 Honorary Citizen, PARK FOREST, ILLINOIS
1977 Planetary Citizens Award, UNITED NATIONS
1977 Stevens Honor Award,
STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
1977 "The Golden Plate"; Award,
AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ACHIEVEMENT
1978 Citation, REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
1978 Honorary Banquet and Medal of Merit, LOTUS CLUB
1979 Quest Medal of ST. EDWARD'S UNIVERSITY
1979 First Annual Humanities Award,
WORLD SYMPOSIUM ON HUMANITY
1979 American-lsrael Arts, Sciences and Humanities Award, STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS
1979 First Lifelong Learning Award,
METROPOLITAN STATE UNIVERSITY
1979 Raymond A. Dart Award (";The Steel Brain";), UNITED STEELWORKERS ASSOCIATION
1979 John Scott Award, CITY OF PHILADELPHIA
1980 Academician, AMERICAN ACADEMY AND INSTITUTE OF ARTS AND LETTERS
1980 Special Award, COUNTY OF ERIE, NEW YORK
1980 First Dean's Award, STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO ARCHITECTURAL SCHOOL
1980 Honorary Royal Designer for Industry, ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTS (England)
1981 Nesbitt College Honor Citation, DREXEL UNIVERSITY
1981 Housing Hall of Fame 1981 Resolution of Honor, STATE OF CALIFORNIA
1982 President's Fellow Award, RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN
1982 Distinguished Service Award, WORLD FUTURE SOCIETY
1982 Engineering and Science Hall of Fame
1982 Star Tau Persei located on CHARLES C. GATES PLANETARIUM DOME dedicated to Buckminster Fuller, Denver, Colorado
1983 Medal of Freedom, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA R.

BUCKMINSTER FULLER RECOGNITION DAYS
1963 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, BOULDER, COLORADO (April 10,1963)
1977 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS (February 11,1977)
1977 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS (February 11,1977)
1977 CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS (February 11,1977)
1978 STATE OF MINNESOTA (April 28-30,1978)
1978 MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA (April 28-30,1978)
1978 ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA (April 28-30,1978)
1980 STATE OF ILLINOIS (April 26,1980)
1980 BUFFALO, NEW YORK (May 15,1980)
1981 AUSTIN, TEXAS (September 25,1981)
1983 LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA; "INTEGRITY"; (February 26,1983)
1983 STATE OF CALIFORNIA, "INTEGRITY DAY"; (February 26, 1983)
1895 - 1983 Timeline

Honorary Degrees:

Doctor of design, NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, 1954
Doctor of arts, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, 1955
Doctor of science, WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, 1957
Doctor of arts, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, 1959
Doctor of humane letters, ROLLINS COLLEGE, 1960
Doctor of letters, CLEMSON COLLEGE, 1964
Doctor of fine arts, UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, 1964
Doctor of science, UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, 1964
Doctor of humane letters, MONMOUTH COLLEGE, 1965
Doctor of humane letters, Trustees of CALIFORNIA STATE COLLEGES,
given at SAN JOSE STATE COLLEGE, 1966
Doctor of humane letters, LONG ISLAND UNIVERSITY, 1966
Doctor of fine arts, CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF ARTS AND CRAFTS, 1966
Doctor of engineering, CLARKSON COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, 1967
Doctor of fine arts, RIPON COLLEGE, 1968
Doctor of humane letters, DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, 1968
Doctor of humane letters, UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND, 1968
Doctor of humane letters, NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE, 1968
Doctor of architectural engineering, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, 1969
Doctor of fine arts, BOSTON COLLEGE, 1969
Doctor of science, BATES COLLEGE, 1969
Honorary Fellow, St. Peter's College (Don), OXFORD UNIVERSITY, England, 1970
Doctor of fine arts, MINNEAPOLIS COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN, 1970
Doctor of laws, PARK COLLEGE, 1970
Doctor of humane letters, BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY, 1970
Doctor of humane letters, COLUMBIA COLLEGE, 1970
Doctor of science and humane letters, WILBERFORCE UNIVERSITY, 1970
Doctor of fine and applied arts, SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS UNIVERSITY, 1971
Doctor of laws, GRINNELL COLLEGE, 1972
Doctor of science, UNIVERSITY OF MAINE (Orono), 1972
Doctor of laws, EMERSON COLLEGE, 1972
Doctor of laws, NASSON COLLEGE, 1973
Doctor of fine arts, RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, 1973
Doctor of literature, BEAVER COLLEGE, 1973
Doctor of engineering, UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, 1974
Doctor of humane letters, ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE, 1974
Doctor of science, PRATT INSTITUTE, 1974
Doctor of humane letters, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, 1974
Doctor of science, MCGILL UNIVERSITY, 1974
Doctor of humane letters, HOBART AND WILLIAM SMITH COLLEGES, 1975
Doctor of science, HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, 1978
Doctor of laws, INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE, 1979
Doctor of humane letters, SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, 1979
Doctor of humane letters, ALASKA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, 1979
Doctor of humane letters, ROOSEVELT UNIVERSITY, 1980
Doctor of humanities, GEORGIAN COURT COLLEGE, 1980
Doctor of humane letters, NEWPORT UNIVERSITY, 1980
Doctor of humanities, TEXAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, 1981
1895 - 1983

1983 Continued as World Fellow in Residence, University City Science Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; University Professor Emeritus, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville and Carbondale, Illinois; University Professor Emeritus, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; continued as Senior Partner, Fuller & Sadao PC; continued as Chairman of the Board, R. Buckminster Fuller, Sadao & Zung Architects Inc.; continued as Senior Partner, Buckminster Fuller Associates; continued as Consultant, Team 3 International; continued as Chairman, Fuller-Patterson Corporation and Buckminster Fuller Research and Development Park.


Bucky and Anne died within thirty-six hours of each other.
One week before their sixty-seventh anniversary.
Bucky on July 1st 1983, Anne on July 3rd 1983.