The buildings we live and work in account for approximately 40% of total energy consumption and over one-third of greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. Green buildings can reduce carbon emissions, conserve water and energy, and make homes and commercial buildings more comfortable and healthy for inhabitants. Join CET and a panel of experts to learn about LEED, Passive House, the Living Building Challenge, and other cutting-edge programs and technology!
Alexi Arango, Mt. Holyoke College Associate Professor of Physics
Sara Draper, R.W. Kern Center Director of Educational Programs and Outreach
Kent Hicks, Owner & Certified Passive House Consultant of Kent Hicks Construction
Mark Newey, CET Senior Building Scientist
The panelists will address current projects and trends in green building and consider the economic and environmental implications of High-Performance Building technology for the future.