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USGBC Missouri Gateway Chapter: Benchmarking 101, February 12, St Louis, MO

energy benchmarking,energy and water usage

by AbbieKnight

On January 27, 2017, the City of St. Louis Board of Aldermen unanimously passed an energy benchmarking ordinance that requires municipal, institutional, commercial and multifamily residential buildings whose square footage is equal to or gr… more...

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0 replies | 404 views | Posted on: 01/29/2020 | Last updated: 02/01/2020

AIA Kansas City & ASHRAE Kansas City - Acoustics and Green Buildings, 12/9, 11:30 am, Overland Park, Missouri

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

What considerations should be made with the new acoustical requirements in IgCC 2018, LEED v4.1, WELL, and ASHRAE 189.1? Come to the ASHRAE Lunch meeting, co-hosted with AIA Kansas City to find out more about these topics: Provide bac… more...

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0 replies | 250 views | Posted on: 12/03/2019 | Last updated: 12/03/2019

Creating a Culture Where Sustainable Practices Are the New Normal, Tuesday, October 8, 5:30–7:30pm

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

Architects, engineers and builders have become increasingly effective at designing and delivering high performance buildings. Now if only we had people who were ready to live and work appropriately in these great buildings. Leveraging … more...

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0 replies | 424 views | Posted on: 09/23/2019 | Last updated: 09/23/2019

Woodworks: Mass Timber in the Midwest: Value and Distinction Through the Lens of Two Projects, September 12, Kansas City, MO

mass timber

by Gina Pryciak Student

Inspiration for building designs comes in many forms. For some, the desire to use mass timber is anchored in its sustainability and light carbon footprint. For others, speed of construction and aesthetics are the driving factors. This panel… more...

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0 replies | 650 views | Posted on: 08/04/2019 | Last updated: 08/04/2019

Designing with Nature: Biophilic Design in LEED, WELL & Living Building Challenge, September 11, St. Louis, MO

Living Building Challenge,LEED,biophilic design

by Gina Pryciak Student

This interactive workshop with natural elements will provide a personal inspiration to biophilic design. The presenter will then lead a discussion on the impact of biophilia  on three rating standards: LEED V4, WELL and Living Building… more...

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0 replies | 517 views | Posted on: 07/29/2019 | Last updated: 07/29/2019

Biophilic Design: Designing for Health and Increased Performance, September 10, St. Louis, MO

biophilic design

by Gina Pryciak Student

In the built environment, we can use the emerging field of Biophilic Design to create building interiors that connect people to nature; that are connected to their place and mimic the sensory delights of a hike through the woods; that evoke… more...

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0 replies | 921 views | Posted on: 07/29/2019 | Last updated: 07/29/2019

Green Schools Quest MENTOR Info Session, August 20, Maplewood, MO

Green Schools

by Gina Pryciak Student

Since the Green Schools Quest launched six years ago, over 100 schools have participated - many for multiple years. Student-driven projects at these schools have impacted nearly 100,000 students, teachers, and community members. Par… more...

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0 replies | 376 views | Posted on: 07/29/2019 | Last updated: 07/29/2019

Net Zero Carbon, Water, Energy and Decarbonizing at the District Level, August 13, St. Louis, MO

Net Zero Water,Net Zero Energy,Decarbonization

by Gina Pryciak Student

District scale projects and campuses lend themselves well for the goals of complete decarbonization and net zero energy and water. Depending on the project type, context, and location, these goals may also represent the best first and lifec… more...

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0 replies | 517 views | Posted on: 07/29/2019 | Last updated: 07/29/2019

LEED Zero and 4.1: The LEED We’ve Been Waiting For, August 14, 8:00-10:00am, St. Louis, MO

Green Building,LEED

by Gina Pryciak Student

With the release of the LEED Zero suite of certifications (Zero Energy, Carbon, Water, and Waste), and with the evolution of LEED v4.1, we may have a series of rating systems that provide market-driving direction to lead the sustainability … more...

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0 replies | 832 views | Posted on: 06/26/2019 | Last updated: 06/26/2019

Net Zero Carbon, Water, and Energy + Decarbonizing at the District Level, August 13, St. Louis, MO

USGBC,Net zero

by AidanAnthony Intern

This session will start by reviewing the various definitions of net zero energy and carbon, and Zero Water and One Water, including those developed by the USGBC and ILFI. It will then provide some context in terms of integrating renewables … more...

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0 replies | 693 views | Posted on: 06/22/2019 | Last updated: 06/22/2019

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