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Online Advocacy Day: Support the Hope for Homes Bill with the Building Performance Association (BPA) May 25

Development,Green Building Policies,government initiatives

by samanthaklein Intern

Join the Building Performance Association (BPA) and others in the green building and home performance industries on Tuesday, May 25 for a day of meetings with Congress in support of the HOPE for HOMES Act of 2021! This bill would provide $5… more...

  Filed under: Government Policies

0 replies | 182 views | Posted on: 05/07/2021 | Last updated: 05/08/2021

Free Webinar: Building Energy Compliance Seminar: Introduction to New York's Local Climate Laws, May 13, 9:30 am EDT

Green Building,New York,Government,CUNY,laws

by samanthaklein Intern

This seminar is presented by the NYC Sustainability Help Center, a free resource for building owners, property managers, and energy efficiency professionals seeking help with sustainability building laws and compliance in New York City… more...

  Filed under: Government Policies

0 replies | 582 views | Posted on: 04/19/2021 | Last updated: 04/21/2021

CalGreen vs Build It Green – What does it mean for our neighborhoods, February 18, 3:00pm EST

Green Building,Sustainability,Residential Buildings,Building Code

by SarahA

What does green building mean for an average homeowner? How does it translate into healthy living environment? CalGreen in plain terms. Last year gave us a new Building Code, that brought green building practices into every new construct… more...

  Filed under: Government Policies

0 replies | 576 views | Posted on: 01/28/2021 | Last updated: 01/29/2021

Webinar: What's Next for Efficiency and Renewables, February 2, 10am - 11am EDT

Climate Change,Energy Efficiency,Community Service,renewables

by SarahA

Join us for the next episode of Urban Green Live. Hosted by Urban Green Council CEO John Mandyck, this live interview series features international industry experts to answer your questions about a low carbon future.&nbs… more...

  Filed under: Government Policies

0 replies | 629 views | Posted on: 01/11/2021 | Last updated: 01/13/2021

Online: Climate Mobilization Act Primer, January 26, 1pm - 2pm EST

Residential Buildings,Green Buildings,Commercial Buildings,Climate Mobilization Plan,Green Policy

by SarahA

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: Government Policies

0 replies | 410 views | Posted on: 01/11/2021 | Last updated: 01/11/2021

Webinar: Getting to Zero: Carbon Neutral Codes, January 28, 10-11 am, PST (Free)

by Connie NBI

For decades, U.S. building energy codes have centered on kilowatt-hour savings in buildings. But urgency on climate change is pressing us to rapidly address and mitigate carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions from the built environment, … more...

  Filed under: Government Policies

0 replies | 819 views | Posted on: 01/06/2021 | Last updated: 01/07/2021

Webinar: Massachusetts Environmental and Energy Agenda for 2021, January 20, 4 pm EST

Energy,Energy Efficiency,Government,Policy,Environmental Activism

by samanthaklein Intern

This EBC Leadership webinar will feature Kathleen Theoharides, Secretary of the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EOEEA) for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. For her keynote presentation, Secretary Theoharides … more...

  Filed under: Government Policies

0 replies | 741 views | Posted on: 12/20/2020 | Last updated: 12/20/2020

USGBC Green Building Policy Outlook Panel, A Moment for Optimism and Broad-based Support

USGBC,Green Building Policy,Biden Adminisration

by Rate It Green Team

On December 10, The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) gathered a panel of policymakers and business leaders to consider the current green building policy outlook in the context of pandemic and the incoming Biden Administration.  … more...

  Filed under: Government Policies

0 replies | 684 views | Posted on: 12/10/2020 | Last updated: 12/10/2020

Webinar: World Green Building Week - The Road to COP26, September 22, 11 am BST

Policy,Net zero,built environment

by samanthaklein Intern

Join UKGBC during World Green Building Week, for which the theme is “Act on Climate”. We are choosing to use this moment as a milestone on the Road to COP26, to shine a spotlight on the leadership required by both private sector… more...

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0 replies | 648 views | Posted on: 09/04/2020 | Last updated: 09/04/2020

FREE Webinar: New York's Climate Mobilization Act Primer, August 19, 9 am EST

clean energy,Energy Policy,New York,Green Building Policy,Development

by samanthaklein Intern

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: Government Policies

0 replies | 413 views | Posted on: 07/29/2020 | Last updated: 07/30/2020

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