Energy and environmental effectiveness does not demand a stylistic response in architecture, but a more fundamental change in design approach: to celebrate the dynamics of climate and place by choosing sailing over motor yachting, surfing over jet skiing. Just as sailing and surfing embrace the natural flows of sun, wind, and tide, as well as the engaged participation of the athlete, environmental architecture embraces the dynamics of sun, wind, light, and temperature, and the engaged participation of the occupant, to bring comfort and delight without dependency on non-renewable energy. The thrill of responding to the nuances of nature is unparalleled, emerging from the collaborative skills of architects, engineers, landscape architects, building occupants, and even the building industry.