Renowned green architect Greg Franta of Boulder remains missing a week after he was last seen.
Franta, 58, who made the White House more eco-friendly during the Clinton years, was last seen about 1:30 a.m. last Monday in unincorporated Adams County, Boulder police say.
He is senior vice president of the Rocky Mountain Institute, a a non-profit that researches renewable energy, oil independence and alternative transportation. He was Colorado’s AIA architect of the year in 1998, and his designs of cities, buildings and campuses spans several continents.
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