July's unMeeting is next Wednesday and it’s already halfway through the year! So we’re thinking it’s time for an unMixer! Come hang out with the LBC-LA Collaborative at The Standard Rooftop in DTLA to catch up and hear about the exciting happenings occurring locally and nationally -- including how YOU can get involved.
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Presentation on net positive energy strategies that should be considered in the design and operation of net positive energy projects. Some of the key components of this presentation will be understanding the definitions, site evaluation methods and tools, the role of energy efficiency, renewable energy technologies, overall integration of renewable technologies, and operations & maintenance.
USGBC-LA and LBC-LA are co-hosting an Introduction to the JUST Program with a presentation given by Francis Janes, the Social Justice Program Manager at the International Living Future Institute.
Join th Post Carbon Institute for a rich, thought-provoking conversation about communities in the renewable-energy future with three long-time national leaders in urban sustainability: Alicia Daniels Uhlig (International Living Future Institute),Hillary Brown, FAIA (City College of New York Spitzer School of Architecture; author, Next Generation Infrastructure), and Warren Karlenzig (Common Current; author, How Green Is Your City?)
The hype of the drought may have subsided but the underlying conditions have not changed. So what more can we do? Join the LA Collaborative for a deep dive into water efficient and sustainable landscape architecture with legacy Collaborative leader, Gary Lai.
Join us for some Friday fun! The Cascadia Seattle Eastside Collaborative is hosting a tour of the PSE Snoqualmie Generating Plant Museum. This is a great opportunity to learn how power is captured and what PSE is doing to preserve the environment.
During the three-hour event, we will spend 90 min at the R.W. Kern Center, then transition to the Hitchcock Center for the remainder of the event. Each site will have a walking tour of the mechanical rooms, floor plan and landscape.
Join us for an eco-educational guided tour of The Ecology Center's outdoor interpretive learning stations and learn about the practical sustainable solutions possible in the areas of water, food, waste, shelter and energy. Understand how you can take positive action towards a healthier community and environment!