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Building Science for Carpenters Online: Peers, Beers, and Networking, April 23, 4-5:30 pm ET

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

Join us for an online edition of Building Science for Carpenters. As always, you'll join other carpenters, builders, and construction professionals for an evening of networking, presentations, and discussion on building science and cons… more...

  Filed under: Massachusetts

0 replies | 141 views | Posted on: 04/22/2020 | Last updated: 04/22/2020

NEWIEE Boston's Carbon Capture and Storage Expert Panel and Networking Event, February 24, Boston, MA

Climate Change,Technology,carbon capture,Sequester

by AbbieKnight

Join NEWIEE’s Boston Chapter to learn about the technology of carbon capture and sequester and upcoming carbon capture incentives. Joining will be two expert panel members: Dr. Jennifer Wilcox is the James H. Manning Chaire… more...

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0 replies | 987 views | Posted on: 02/05/2020 | Last updated: 02/05/2020

USGBC Massachusetts, Annual General Meeting, January 28, 6pm, Boston

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

Once a year, USGBC MA comes together to celebrate the volunteers, members, and successes that make the USGBC MA community amazing! Ring in the new year with food and drinks and an awards ceremony for  members, as well as wrap… more...

  Filed under: Massachusetts

0 replies | 633 views | Posted on: 01/13/2020 | Last updated: 01/13/2020

Green Collaborative Meeting: Sustainable Buildings, January 21, Wellesley, MA

Sustainable Building,Net Zero Energy,net zero construction

by AbbieKnight

Buildings contribute approximately 53% of Wellesley’s town-wide carbon footprint and approximately 70% of the municipality’s carbon footprint, which includes schools. This Collaborative meeting will focus on the state … more...

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0 replies | 693 views | Posted on: 01/13/2020 | Last updated: 01/13/2020

Living Building Challenge: Designing for the People in a Living Building, January 16, 1-5 pm, Boston

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

his session looks at the Living Building Challenge (LBC) petals and imperatives that directly affect people – health, sense of self, and sense of delight. We will look specifically at the less technical and more empathetic petals in t… more...

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0 replies | 866 views | Posted on: 01/07/2020 | Last updated: 01/07/2020

Boston, MA—PHIUS Certified Passive House Builder Training, February 12-14, Newton, MA

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

Superinsulation, airtight envelopes, high-performance window installation, site management, component sourcing—passive house construction presents special challenges to builders. The PHIUS CPHB training program prepares construction p… more...

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0 replies | 2308 views | Posted on: 12/14/2019 | Last updated: 12/14/2019

"Overcoming Barriers to Safe Water Access in Low-Income Countries," Presented by Amy Pickering, October 21st, 3pm, Tufts University, Medford, MA

Drinking Water,Social Justice,Clean Water,Water Accessibility,Water Access,Water Safety

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

Provost and Senior Vice President Nadine Aubry and Dean Jianmin Qu, Karol Family Professor, School of Engineering, invite the community to celebrate the establishment of the Tiampo Family Professorship. The inaugural Tiampo Family Assist… more...

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0 replies | 586 views | Posted on: 10/04/2019 | Last updated: 10/04/2019

Passive House Symposium 2019, October 23, Boston, MA

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

Passive House Design and Construction is reaching new heights in Massachusetts. From multi-family buildings to commercial office spaces and college residence halls, projects of all types are looking to the Passive House standard for ac… more...

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0 replies | 1096 views | Posted on: 10/03/2019 | Last updated: 10/03/2019

Design 4 People, October 23-24, Boston, Massachusetts

sustainable design

by USGBC Massachusetts

Design 4 People brings design leaders together to raise your work to a new level and help you understand how to improve human output within the built environment. You will have the ability to exchange ideas and learn best practices.  Throu… more...

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0 replies | 849 views | Posted on: 09/17/2019 | Last updated: 11/08/2019

Start Smart: Clean Energy From the Ground up, September 25, Waltham, MA

USGBCMA,Energy Efficiency,MassCEC,Cost-Effective

by AbbieKnight

Start Smart will offer residential new construction professionals the opportunity to learn the latest information on reliable, cost-effective, energy-efficient technologies and incentives with the goal of smoothly integrating them into the … more...

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0 replies | 1013 views | Posted on: 09/05/2019 | Last updated: 09/05/2019

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