By USGBCMA Communications, More Green Buildings!
Tuesday, June 14, 8:30am – 10:30am
50 Milk Street, 17th Floor, “Milky Way” Room
Resilience is quickly becoming a top priority when it comes to designing buildings and systems, with studies showing the dangers of sea level rise, increased storm intensity and other issues connected to resilience.
We are all hearing about the importance of resilience, but how do we actually get it done? What are the practical things we can do as developers, designers, implementers, and users of buildings and building systems?
Learn from our expert panel to explore the topic and the tools we can use, right now, on every building project.
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Filippo Masetti of SGH will talk about improving the resilience of buildings subject to coastal flooding and the new LEED resilience pilot credits.
Arlen Stawasz of Perkins+Will will present on the RELi Action List they have developed for designers.
Michael Green of Climate Action Business Association (CABA) will share their “BARS” program of resources for small businesses' response to sea level rise.
Jim Newman of Linnean Solutions will facilitate.