An impressive collection of the building code glitterati gathered a couple of weeks ago for our inaugural Codes Summit at the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo. All together, more than 350 wonks, experts, specialists, professionals, advocates and other stakeholders participated in the summit held in San Francisco. Through a total of 19 hours of programming and discussion, we explored the next horizons in our community’s efforts to advance green building through the codes.
On Monday, Oct. 1, the Obama Administration convened a successful data “nerd-fest” they described as an Energy Datapalooza.
Entrepreneurs, thought leaders, policy makers, and other stakeholders gathered in the Old Executive Office Building to talk about building energy information and opportunities to create value and drive market transformation at scale.
Reducing the costs and environmental impacts of excessive energy use is the focus of owners, investors, occupants, policy makers, and many other stakeholders.
Hello San Antonio! The Center for Green Schools team arrived this week in the great state of Texas for USGBC’s annual mid-year meeting, chatting with our most engaged stakeholders about Green Apple and the Day of Service. It’s been inspiring to hear how engaged so many of our leaders are planning to be on Sept. 29, and what they’ve already done to promote this day.
There are two upcoming webcasts that will be useful for campus stakeholders and advocates interested in green building and green schools. The first discusses implementing LEED in a campus setting, and the second focuses on high building performance on …