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Join us for an in-depth energy workshop as part of Verdical Group's Net Zero 2016 Conference. Net Zero Energy Buildings have reached a tipping point. The economic limitations that restricted their success in the past have changed drastically and the technologies needed to achieve Net Zero Energy are now readily available. This session will begin by taking a look at the Living Building Challenge, particularly the intricacies of the Energy Petal, to teach participants what is involved with achieving a Net Zero Energy project and what it means to become Net Positive. Lunch will be provided.
This event will feature a panel that includes the owner of a juniper sawmill, a landscape architect, a building architect and a local landscaping business owner. They will share their perspectives on how building with Juniper can improve our state's ecosystem, rural communities and applications for your project, big or small.
Cascadia Seattle Collaborative invites you to join us for our next installment in our LEEDv4 User Series. In this session, we will discuss what engineers need to know for the transition to v4 and what changes they can expect. Refreshments and snacks will be provided, 1 hour of CEU's available.
The Al-Tarfa community center will be built using sustainable techniques of construction, which falls under the umbrella of utilizing sustainable construction for the sake of the community development, which our partnering NGO Hand Over strives for. Our other partner, Catherine Exists, is an ongoing social-art project started in 2009 to support Saint-Catherine's protectorate in South Sinai, empower its locals and raise awareness by depicting the natural and cultural heritage of the land.
Husband-and-wife restaurateurs Anthony Myint and Karen Leibowitz created the Perennial with a single thesis: the current food system is broken and a new brand of "progressive agrarian cuisine" will be what fixes it.