Hello my building nerds /urban planning friends!!
I hope you can join me at NESEA’s Building Energy
Conference in Boston – March 5,6,7th.
Robert Leaver and I put our brains together and co created the newest NESEA BE track – Retrofit for Resilience: CITIES.
We created this because we wanted to start a new discussion about our cities that is not happening anywhere else. We wanted to capture and expand a comprehensive, innovative, fresh and dynamic conversation about our Cities. This track showcases ideas, strategies, policies and real life examples of what our cities (big and small!) are doing to be more sustainable and ultimately more resilient.
There are sessions about preservation, urban planning, zoning,energy efficiency, transit, LEED ND, NYC disaster prep and more! The speakers are a slam dunk cast of really incredible minds doing really incredible things for our Cities. And hey, If cities aren’t your thing, check out the rest of the tracks because NESEA’s Building Energy conference is REALLY worth it.
Side note: This track is ideal for architects, builders, developers, engineers, municipal planners and anyone who wants to learn how to rethink and remake the built environment of cities for resilience. The track is fully accredited by several organizations including BPI, AIA, USGBC and more!
Save the dates! March 5, 6 & 7, 2013 at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, MA for 3 days of collaborative learning across disciplines as we dig into both basic and cutting edge practices. We will have fun at BE 13 too.
Take a minute to check out the sessions. I know you’ll want to come. This is a dynamic, comprehensive conversation that is not happening at any other conference. Between the workshops, NESEA night, demonstration stages and the 50+ building energy sessions, it is a really educational conference. On top of all that good stuff – you will hang out with some of the finest building professionals in our industry. SO WORTH IT!
I hope you can join me at NESEA BE13! Early bird pricing ends February 6th!!! There are also emerging professional/student rates and volunteer opportunities available.