What does a successful Net Positive Water strategy look like in multi-family affordable housing? How can the potable and non-potable needs of residents be met locally? How can rainwater, greywater and blackwater systems integrate in local, resilient systems to provide healthy, affordable and dependable water sources for people and nutrients for the environment? Is water independence possible in dense communities and drought stricken climates? Affordable Housing 5-part Webinar Series.
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Understanding the Living Building Challenge online workshop provides an in-depth introduction to the Living Building Challenge ideology and certificate process. Attendees are the green building leaders in their community: design professionals, contractors, developers, owners, government officials and employees of public agencies
Those living in affordable housing are often most at risk for asthma, allergies, and other health concerns. This webinar will explore some of the ways that we build, where we build and what we build with contributes to these health risks. This webinar will also identify specific strategies for creating healthy homes that address long-standing, deep inequities associated with toxic risk and exposure. Affordable Housing 5-part Webinar Series.
VERGE Hawaii offers more than 70 inspiring main stage sessions, in-depth workshops and engaging breakouts exploring how Hawaii will reach 100% clean energy by 2045. The wide variety of thought-provoking sessions, the VERGE Interconnect solutions showcase, and countless opportunities for networking with leaders and practitioners, makes VERGE Hawaii the premier event for leaders building a sustainable energy future.
There is huge untapped potential to grow food within our communities in unexpected places. We ask: how can we optimize space and leverage local knowledge to provide a community resource, a food network to provide for all? This webinar is part of a five-part series on the Living Community Challenge.
Mobility systems have a profound effect on the form of cities and regions. Most mobility systems are based on non-human-scaled tools which have resulted in a deeply polluting network that is out of scale with the human experience. This presentation is part of a five-part webinar series on the Living Community Challenge.
Understanding the Living Building Challenge online workshop provides an in-depth introduction to the Living Building Challenge ideology and certificate process. Attendees are the green building leaders in their community: design professionals, contractors, developers, owners, government officials and employees of public agencies.