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ICSD 2023 : 11th International Conference on Sustainable Development, 6 - 7 September Rome, Italy

Green Building,Climate Change,Energy,Healthy Building Materials,Energy Efficiency,Sustainable Transportation,Sustainable Architecture,Environmental Education

by icsd

European Center of Sustainable Development in collaboration with Canadian Institute of Technology will organize the 11th ICSD 2023 International Conference on Sustainable Development, with particular focus on Environmental, Economic and Soc… more...

0 replies | 506 views | Posted on: 03/09/2023 | Last updated: 03/09/2023

Virtual Training Session: WUFI Passive Advanced - Multifamily, September 13-15

Healthy Housing,Multifamily,Passive House

by samanthaklein Intern

WUFI Passive is a powerful tool that can enhance the design and certification of passive building projects if integrated into the design process properly. This course is focused on the use of WUFI Passive in design practices for multifam… more...

0 replies | 5915 views | Posted on: 08/26/2022 | Last updated: 08/28/2022

May 26: Protecting Open Spaces Through Well Planned Cities, May 26, 6 pm PST

Sustainable Communities,Urban Resilience,California,Leadership,Cities

by samanthaklein Intern

This webinar will discuss how Bend, Oregon's open space advocates lead the successful move away from sprawl to a more dense, walkable, and vibrant cityscape. Bend had spent the last few decades struggling with the challenges rapid gr… more...

0 replies | 657 views | Posted on: 05/18/2022 | Last updated: 05/18/2022

Webinar: Regenerative Design: Breathable Architecture & Resilient Cities, April 7, 2 pm EDT

Sustainable Communities,Economy,Cities,Environmental Policy,Urban Development

by samanthaklein Intern

We have always looked to nature for design inspiration. Now we’re also designing with and for nature. Building on decades of expertise in sustainable design, our design focus is expanding to encompass regenerative design. It’s n… more...

0 replies | 1461 views | Posted on: 03/19/2022 | Last updated: 03/19/2022

Free Green Building Webinar: Architectural Vertical Opening Solutions - Plus, March 24, 12 pm EDT

Architecture,High Performance Doors,Windows,Vertical Opening Systems

by samanthaklein Intern

This course will discuss vertical operating systems to better understand their construction and the operating systems used in each type. Characteristics of various types of vertical operating systems will be presented as well as limitations… more...

0 replies | 1408 views | Posted on: 03/03/2022 | Last updated: 03/03/2022

USGBC Webinar: Building Decarbonization Seminar for Emerging Professionals, February 9, 12 pm PST

Green Communities,Emerging Professionals,USGBC,California,Decarbonization

by samanthaklein Intern

The Stanford Building Decarbonization Learning Accelerator (BDLA) provides free teaching resources to professors so they can easily integrate information about building decarbonization into their architecture, engineering, or cons… more...

0 replies | 969 views | Posted on: 01/17/2022 | Last updated: 01/17/2022

Free Green Building CE Webinar: Where Sustainability Meets Innovation, January 26, 12-1 pm EST

Design,built environment,canopy systems,GreenCE,Natural Environment,Sun Control

by GreenCE Sustainable Design and Construction

This course discusses the impact of buildings on the natural environment and offers insight on designing to minimize those impacts through sun control and mastery of the elements. The discussion emphasizes implementing design methods includ… more...

0 replies | 1249 views | Posted on: 12/30/2021 | Last updated: 12/31/2021

Webinar: Landscape Architecture - Sea Rise, February 4, 12 pm PST

Architecture,Sea level rise,Landscape

by samanthaklein Intern

This monthly presentation on the science of climate change and landscape architecture solutions is centered around sea rise.  more...

0 replies | 1114 views | Posted on: 12/29/2021 | Last updated: 12/29/2021

ULI Global Sustainability Outlook 2022, Online, January 12, 1-2 pm EST

Real Estate,Sustainability,Sustainable Development,building performance

by Richard Minasian Student

In late 2021, ULI's Greenprint Center for Building Performance interviewed members of the Sustainable Development Council (Americas), the Sustainability Council (Europe), and the Resilient Cities Council (Asia Pacific) to inform an &quo… more...

0 replies | 1490 views | Posted on: 12/08/2021 | Last updated: 12/09/2021

USGBC Virtual Summit: Bridging Occupant and Community Health, December 7-8

Sustainable Communities,Public Health,Occupant Health

by samanthaklein Intern

How does the health of an individual relate to the health of a community? Whose health is the building industry responsible for? The public health impact of buildings doesn’t begin or end at a sliding door. Building scale decisions ca… more...

0 replies | 1089 views | Posted on: 11/13/2021 | Last updated: 11/13/2021

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