By Ryan Duffy, Communications Fellow
Are you in need of GBCI credits? Do you want to better understand the USGBC’s suite of LEED rating systems? If so, come to our Introduction to the SITES program presinar Wednesday, April 20th! This is a part of our new 2016 USGBC MA Chapter webinar series that look at indoor air quality. We'll also cover energy codes, environmental product declarations, and more later on in the year.
Join us for this informative and interactive webinar at this in person session! Each session in this series is registered for GBCI CE hours and AIA/CES LU/HSW hours. Please note, these webinars are pre- recorded and you are required to attend in person to receive credit.
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This overview of the Sustainable Sites Initiative (SITES) informs participants of the critical need for a more careful and sensitive approach to land design and development in regards to the growing population of the planet. SITES goals are identified and explained, and the concept of evaluating ecosystem services as a basis for land design and development is detailed through photographs, graphics, and SITES Pilot Project case study information.
- Describe the benefits that ecosystem services provide
- Explain the process for regenerative design
- List SITES goals
- Identify the process for registering a SITES project for certification
This event will be on April 20th at 50 Milk St: 17th Floor- Hercules Conference Room, Boston, 02109. Register here!