We are hosting multiple shoulder events leading up to Greenbuild 2016.
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Join us for the Net Positive Energy Buildings in the second installment of the Energy Petal Webinar Series!
In the first quarter of 2015, the United States installed 1,306 megawatts of solar photovoltaics to reach 21.3 gigawatts of total installed capacity, enough to power 4.3 million American homes. There are nearly 300 projects registered for the Living Building Challenge right now. And buildings like the Bullitt Center in Seattle, which achieved Full Living Building Certification in April, generated 60% more energy than it used in 2014. Californians are leading the way in renewable energy, in 2014 they installed more solar than the entire country did between 1970 to 2011.
Learn how to design and create Net Zero Energy Buildings in our new 5-part Energy Petal Webinar Series.
New technologies are entering and changing the Net Zero Energy market each year. How do they effect design decisions you might otherwise make? This webinar is part of the Net Zero Energy Part 2 Webinar Series
In this 90-minute presentation, we will discuss biomimicry as a foundation for sustainability and the Living Building and Living Product Challenges as opportunities for widespread and principled application of a nature-centered way of thinking and doing. We will discuss some of the important and ongoing relationships between them as well as some of the ways they are evolving and influencing progress toward a more sustainable world.
Join Brad Liljequist in Spokane as he presents the Net Positive Energy: Power and the Living Building Challenge Workshop! Event held at the Hagan Center for the Humanities, 2nd Floor of the Library/Media Center, which is Building 16 on the Spokane Community College Campus.
Join Brad Liljequist for the Net Positive Energy: Power and the Living Building Challenge Workshop and stay for the 2016 AIA Annual Fall Conference in Fairmont, Montana
Join Cascadia Green Building Council, Eugene Branch for a tour of the 4-acre farm that sprouted up at Kalapuya High School over the summer--complete with crops, a barn, a greenhouse, solar array, and even a district farmer.
The Sioux Falls Design Center’s Design Week 2016 kickoff and the City of Sioux Falls bring you the Sixth Annual Mayor’s Neighborhood Summit.