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Webinar: The Highland Bridge Development, April 12, 1 pm EDT

Green Communities,Sustainable Infrastructure,Urban Development

by samanthaklein Intern

Over roughly a ten-year period, the City of St. Paul worked with Ford Motor Company and area stakeholders to establish the Ford Site Zoning and Public Realm Master Plan for the former manufacturing plant in Highland Park to guide the future… more...

0 replies | 18 views | Posted on: 03/06/2021 | Last updated: 03/06/2021

Free Webinar: Collaboration, Not Competition: Building Partnerships in Sustainability, March 19, 6 pm GMT

Green Communities,Urban Development

by samanthaklein Intern

Tune in to the Green Room with your questions as we host Dr. Amelia Clarke, Associate Dean of Research for the Faculty of Environment and an Associate Professor in the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development (SEED), University of … more...

0 replies | 175 views | Posted on: 02/28/2021 | Last updated: 03/01/2021

Webinar: WELL Chicago! A Virtual Tour of WELL Certified Commercial Offices, March 11, 11:30 am CST

Green Building Tour,WELL,Commercial Buildings,Chicago,Commercial Construction,Offices

by samanthaklein Intern

This program highlights two commercial office spaces in Chicago and their experience with certification under the WELL Building Standard for interiors.  The program concludes with information about the WELL Accredited Professional… more...

0 replies | 309 views | Posted on: 02/13/2021 | Last updated: 02/13/2021

Webinar: Designing Waste Out: Taking Action, Making Change, February 24, 6 pm EST

Community Events,Local Environmental Action,Waste Management

by samanthaklein Intern

While research shows the importance of awareness as a necessary first step for behavioral change, research also shows that awareness is necessary but not sufficient. The complexity of issues such as climate change, the immensity of our wast… more...

0 replies | 716 views | Posted on: 02/07/2021 | Last updated: 02/08/2021

Online: Boston's Carbon Neutral Zoning Initiative, January 27, 12pm - 2pm EDT

Resiliency,Adaptation,Net zero,Carbon neutral,City and Regional Planning,Environmental Mitigation

by SarahA

The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) is developing Carbon Neutral Zoning requirements for new construction. This is a critical step towards meeting Mayor Walsh’s goal for Boston to be carbon neutral by 2050. L… more...

0 replies | 768 views | Posted on: 01/11/2021 | Last updated: 01/11/2021

Webinar: Renewable Real Estate: Make 2021 the Year You Go Green, January 21, 11 am EST

Energy,Real Estate,Renewable Energy

by samanthaklein Intern

This panel of top-producing REALTORS® from around the United States will share how to market homes with sustainable features, what makes them more appealing to buyers, and why you won’t have to sacrifice profits to make a differen… more...

0 replies | 739 views | Posted on: 12/31/2020 | Last updated: 12/31/2020

Webinar: Central Park - The World's Greatest Urban Green Space, January 7, 8-10 PM EST

Green Communities,Urban Development,Green Space,Urban Park,Greensward Plan

by Richard Minasian Student

As New York City entered the mid-1800s with a population having quadrupled in only two decades, the public cry for green space was deafening — after all, the island's largest park spanned only 10 measly acres. Fortunately, th… more...

0 replies | 424 views | Posted on: 12/31/2020 | Last updated: 12/31/2020

Webinar: Protecting Coastal Resources and Structures, Part 1 – The Intersection of Nature, Science and Policy, January 27, 9 am EST

Policy,Land Science,Coastal Development

by samanthaklein Intern

The pressure to protect coastal properties from storm damage and erosion due to sea level rise and more intense and more frequent coastal storms is increasing. Property owners, from residential homeowners and municipalities to commercial de… more...

0 replies | 664 views | Posted on: 12/27/2020 | Last updated: 12/27/2020

Free Webinar: Blueprint: Building the Foundation of a Sustainability Program, January 22, 12pm EDT

Green Building,Real Estate,Sustainability,Green Development

by SarahA

Join this webinar to learn how to develop an initial vision for a sustainability program, obtain buy-in, and define successes at a specific organization. Building on the leading sustainability work that Greenprint member organizations ha… more...

0 replies | 348 views | Posted on: 12/22/2020 | Last updated: 12/23/2020

Webinar: Urban Green - Crushing the Code NYS (Residential), January 21, 9 am EST

Real Estate

by samanthaklein Intern

Crushing the Code New York State (Residential) is an online course that prepares building and design professionals in New York State to comply with the many requirements in the 2020 ECCCNYS and design more energy-efficient buildings in… more...

0 replies | 625 views | Posted on: 12/21/2020 | Last updated: 12/21/2020

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