Conshohocken, PA (PRWEB) August 16, 2006
Dennis Dubin has become known as an innovative thinker who creates leading edge concepts in areas of social concern, including prison construction. His progressive approach incorporates something he refers to as "energy architecture," (http://www.upeace.org) whereby correctional facilities are built using cutting edge environmental innovation and alternative, renewable energy sources.
Mr. Dubin advocates a progressive approach to prison construction that incorporates "energy architecture," whereby correctional facilities are built using cutting edge environmental innovation and alternative, renewable energy sources. "The capability of a prison to operate off the grid would tremendously reduce the cost of operating that facility," Mr. Dubin noted. "Prison construction and operation that is not only energy independent, but that is also sustainable through methods ranging from growing food to water reclamation would allow local, state, and federal governments to reallocate money toward education and other important programs."
About Dennis Dubin:
Dennis Dubin, a real estate and venture investor whose activities have included interests in telecommunications, health care, alternative energy-related businesses, and meaningful philanthropic support for worthy causes, is a proud American who serves as a director of the Federal Enforcement Homeland Security Foundation (supporting families and agents in need within the Federal law enforcement community) and is an active member in the Navy War College Foundation and an advisor to the World Security Network.
Mr. Dubin was also a selection committee member and representative to the International Congress for Distinguished Awards for the International Earth Day Medal at the United Nations (Earth Day). Even though Mr. Dubin is a champion of the Constitution and democratic principles, he is a respectful internationalist and special advisor to the United Nations chartered University of Peace (UPeace). He is also a board member of UPeace USA, where he is incubating a youth violence reduction initiative as a possible global model. In addition, Mr. Dubin is a special consultant with the National Foundation for Women Legislators Committee on Crime, Justice, Terrorism & Substance Abuse Policy and a former trustee of the Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Prize.
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