In the wake of President Donald Trump’s election, designers from around the world have been working to change the landscape of design.
From the bold and colorful lines of the new president’s inaugural ball to the green buildings and gardens of the White House, designers are creating an identity for their cities that is rooted in sustainability and sustainability ideals.
These green designers are now calling themselves the Dream Green Designers, an attempt to build a coalition of designers who want to support and advocate for the environment and green technologies in the United States.
The Dream Green Movement, founded in 2013, is now led by the design collective Design Green, and the group includes notable names like architect, designer, and writer Steve Bannon.
Bannon is the executive chairman of the Trump campaign and is the founder of Breitbart News, which he founded in 2016 with Alex Marlow.
In recent years, Bannon has used his platform on the Trump Administration to push a number of policies that are antithetical to the principles of the Dream Foundation.
In March 2017, the Trump administration banned non-profits from receiving grants from foreign governments, including the Trump Foundation.
This resulted in the loss of nearly $5 million in funding for the organizations that Bannon supported, according to The New York Times.
Bannon also signed onto the White HOUSE’s Strategic Partnership with the Global Engagement Agency, which has a long history of supporting foreign governments to influence the United Nations and other international organizations.
The Global Engage Agency, a subsidiary of the State Department, has funded projects that promote human rights and environmental protections.
In 2018, the State department announced that it would no longer be funding the Global Encounters Program, which supports the International Criminal Court.
Bannon, who has advocated against the international human rights body, was among the leading proponents of the US’s withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement.
Bannon was also a board member of the American Sustainable Business Council, a group that has been a leading advocate for green businesses.
The organization has been involved in several green initiatives, including green branding campaigns for local companies, green infrastructure projects, and green-powered power plants.
In the early 2000s, Bannon was a founding board member and then executive chairman at the green technology company SolarCity.
SolarCity was the first company to launch an electric vehicle charging station in the U.S., and has since become a leader in the solar energy industry.
In 2013, Bannon founded the conservative think tank, the Heritage Foundation, which was renamed the Bannon Institute for Policy Studies.
Bannon served on the advisory board of the Heritage Institute’s Institute for Energy Research and its Center for Energy and Environmental Policy, both of which are part of the conservative Heritage Foundation.
He has also been a board director of the Sierra Club and the American Energy Alliance.
In 2015, Bannon, along with the Koch Brothers, formed the conservative Koch Industries Corporation to promote the environmental agenda and promote its products and services in the global market.
Bannon has also written for The Washington Times and Breitbart News.
He is the co-author of the best-selling book, Bannon: How to Win at the Environmental Movement’s Battle for Your Soul.
Bannon founded and runs Breitbart News with his son-in-law and chief strategist, Stephen K. Bannon.