Judges Selected For the Great Prefab Debate: Preston Koerner, Allison Arieff and You


We're setting up the studio for Thursday's debate between Michelle Kaufmann and Chad Ludeman, over the resolution:

Be It resolved that Prefabrication is a greener way to build.

A formal debate has three judges, and TreeHugger is pleased to announce that they are Preston Koerner of Jetson Green, New York Times and Good Columnist Allison Arieff, and you, the audience.
Preston's blurb:

Preston Koerner is the founder and chief editor of JetsonGreen.com, a design-oriented site for sustainable homes, natural materials, and green technology. The primary aim of Jetson Green is to inspire people to enhance their homes with ecological innovation. Preston is also an entrepreneur, innovator, attorney, and LEED AP, and he lives near the mountains of Salt Lake City, Utah

On Allison's dust jackets:

Allison Arieff is a Contributing Columnist for the New York Times. She writes about architecture, design and food for numerous other publications including GOOD and Sunset. She is the former Editor in Chief of Dwell magazine, where she developed the Dwell Homes prefab house program. She is author of Prefab and Trailer Travel: A Visual History of Mobile America, and the editor of Airstream: The History of the Land Yacht.

You, the audience, will have a poll where you can vote.

So join us at 3:30 Eastern on Thursday, May 19 and cast your vote! More on the Debate and the Debaters here.