Does adapting our buildings to COVID-19 mean sacrificing energy efficiency?
Tomorrow, we're excited to welcome back Dr. Joseph Allen, director of Harvard's Healthy Buildings Program, to Urban Green Live to explore this question. Dr. Allen and Urban Green CEO John Mandyck will discuss the relationship between building health and energy and answer audience questions.
This year, we’re bringing all the best aspects of our Gala into your home, including networking! During the event, attendees will be able to join a themed networking room facilitated by industry leaders. You can now find the full list of room topics and hosts on our gala page!
Last week, we kicked off our new Cross-Learning Alliance series, Adapting to COVID with an event on construction. The next two events in the series will focus on operations and design.
On October 14, building operators will share interventions that best facilitated a safe return to the workplace. And on November 10, we'll hear from design professionals about new safety features for current and future projects.
Did you know the 2020 NYC Energy Conservation Code introduces a new provision to better capture a project’s entire environmental footprint? The Performance Source Energy Index is an important example of how energy codes are shaping up to transition to a low-carbon future.
To get up to speed on the biggest changes and avoid objections and stalled projects, sign up for an online Crushing the Code course today!
This year, the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) will focus its annual conference on carbon. Through their virtual platform, you can connect with colleagues, view live demos and interactive breakouts, livestream accredited sessions, engage in discussion with speakers, and access recorded content for a full year after the event.