09 13 Built Green Conference 2017 September 14 | Cascadia College POSTED BY katherine mcbride COMMENTS The annual Built Green Conference aims to provide valuable, cutting edge information on green building and sustainability. It will cover a wide variety of topics that impact the world of green building. This includes ‘building science to policy, from post-occupancy research to discussions on equity, affordability, and community issues.’ There will be a keynote address, with a variety of sessions, a lunch, and an awards ceremony and reception afterwards. Where: Cascadia College 18345 Campus Way NE Bothell, WA 98011 U.S When: Thursday, September 14th 7:30 am-8:30 am Registration, Breakfast 8:30 am-9:00 am Welcome *Get the complete schedule of events here. Get Tickets More Information: The keynote speaker for the 2017 conference is renowned author and founder of Sightline Institute Alan Durning! He will discuss the intersections of green building, affordability, equity, and building policy/zoning. Sightline has been pioneering research on this topic that is not only timely but is highly relevant to our industry. About Built Green: Built Green’s mission is to serve as the driving force for environmentally sound design, construction, and development practices in Washington’s cities and communities. As a green home certification program, Built Green works with builders, policymakers, and the general public to educate on, promote, and support green building. Built Green, launched in 1999, is a program of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties. Since then, over 31,000 homes have been Built Green certified. For more information on the program, please see the main program website. Save Save Related PostsSustainable Building Materials EvolveAIA Honor Awards For Washington ArchitectureCapital City ModernFresh Views from Architecture Students – UWMasquerade: AIGA Seattle’s Annual Membership Party on October 20th This entry was posted in 360modern, Events and tagged built green, green building, sutainable design. Bookmark the permalink.