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Webinar: Healthy Building, Healthy People: Engineering Well-Being in the Built Environment, November 18, 12 pm EDT

Healthy Building,built environment,Wellness

by samanthaklein Intern

The events of the last 24 months, including the overnight departure from our shared spaces, the rise to prominence for the Black Lives Matter movement, and rapid advancements in sustainable energy production have shifted the central focus o… more...

  Filed under: Environment

0 replies | 710 views | Posted on: 10/26/2021 | Last updated: 10/26/2021

Climate Mobilization Act Series: Integrative Environmental Justice, September 22, 12-1:30 PM

Environmental Justice,Climate Mobilization Act

by Richard Minasian Student

New York City is taking an integrative approach to environmental justice (EJ) to address disproportionate environmental, climate, and health impacts on low-income communities and communities of color. Join us for a discussion of the necessa… more...

  Filed under: Climate Change

0 replies | 1643 views | Posted on: 08/29/2021 | Last updated: 08/29/2021

Climate Mobilization Act Primer, September 16, 1-2 PM

Green Building,Emissions,Climate,Legislation,Climate Mobilization Act

by Richard Minasian Student

Get informed on New York City climate legislation and its impact on buildings. Register now for the Climate Mobilization Act Primer, a one-hour seminar examining the basic principles of the Climate Mobilization Act and offering actiona… more...

  Filed under: Environment

0 replies | 606 views | Posted on: 08/25/2021 | Last updated: 08/25/2021

Workshop: Contracts, Climate, & Compliance, September 14, 8:30-10 AM

Design,Construction,High Performance,Climate,built environment,Contracts

by Richard Minasian Student

Join Building Energy Exchange, AIA New York, and ASHRAE New York for a BE-Ex Architect Advisory Council (AAC) workshop focusing on the legal risk and responsibility of high performance design and construction, and how to improve compliance … more...

  Filed under: Environment

0 replies | 535 views | Posted on: 08/25/2021 | Last updated: 08/25/2021

Third Coast Water Seminars: Hydrologic Performance of the NPCC Green Roof, August 25, 4-5 PM EDT

Sustainability,Water Supply,Green Roofs,Water Quality,Hydrologic

by Richard Minasian Student

The Third Coast Water Seminars are a monthly research series hosted by Current in partnership with Argonne National Laboratory, Northwestern University, the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, the University of Illi… more...

  Filed under: Water

0 replies | 717 views | Posted on: 08/03/2021 | Last updated: 08/03/2021

Carbon Leadership Forum (CLF) Boston: Roundtable, July 15, 8-9:30 AM

BSA,Carbon,Architects,Climate crisis

by Richard Minasian Student

We are the Boston regional hub of the Carbon Leadership Forum and a BSA Knowledge Group. Our hub is an active community of architects, engineers, contractors, policymakers, and people who are involved in the AEC industry. Our members a… more...

  Filed under: Environment

0 replies | 767 views | Posted on: 06/18/2021 | Last updated: 06/18/2021

Online: Climate, Equity and Health: No More False Choices, June 23, 9-1PM

Climate Change,Sustainability,Health,built environment,Equity

by Richard Minasian Student

As we navigate this historic time for climate change, racial equity and public health, the built environment sits front and center. New state and federal climate policies are being enacted, and technologies are starting to be deployed at a … more...

  Filed under: Environment

0 replies | 945 views | Posted on: 06/14/2021 | Last updated: 06/15/2021

Carbon Leadership Forum (CLF) Boston: Embodied Carbon in the Residential Sector, June 24, 4-5 PM

Architecture,Emissions,Carbon

by Richard Minasian Student

When we think about embodied carbon emissions, we tend to envision our largest buildings and campuses that include millions of square feet. These are all worthy targets; however, one could argue that small scale residential is an equally hi… more...

  Filed under: Environment

0 replies | 320 views | Posted on: 06/14/2021 | Last updated: 06/14/2021

Webinar: Green Technology and How we all Become Carbon Neutral, May 12, 8:00am, EDT / 1 pm BST

Energy Efficiency,Low Carbon

by Ashley Freeman

This 1 hour CPD session examines energy efficient design with a focus on low carbon. Hosted by Simon Green, Managing Director of Green Building Design Consultants who are specialists in low carbon building design. more...

  Filed under: Environment

0 replies | 1159 views | Posted on: 04/19/2021 | Last updated: 04/21/2021

2021 Interfaith Summit on Vulnerability and Climate Change, Online, April 11, 2 - 4pm

Climate Change,Reslience,Interfaith

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

In the wake of the National Climate Assessment and UN report in 2018 on the projected serious consequences of unchecked climate change, interfaith leaders from the greater Boston area will come together with Communities Responding to Extrem… more...

  Filed under: Climate Change

0 replies | 773 views | Posted on: 03/22/2021 | Last updated: 03/24/2021

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