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The Green Tsunami
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 Export to Your Calendar 9/18/2019
When: Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Where: United States

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Many efforts over the past three years have placed considerable focus on the environment with efforts
from Energize Denver, Denver 80 x 50, House Bill 19-1261, the new International Green Construction
Code, and the Office of Climate Action, Sustainability and Resiliency. How will these efforts intersect,
overlap and what does your association and its members need to do to be prepared. Where should we
engage, to ensure the industry’s feedback is incorporated.
The presentation will include:
• An overview of the science behind earth’s rising temperatures
• Industry and government recognition of the problem
• Why carbon reduction is crucial in building design and operation – not just low cost energy operation
• State law and Denver building code changes that are coming for 2020
• Strategies available today that can help get us close to net zero carbon goals
COST:
$25 PER
PERSON
LUNCH
INCLUDED
Mohit Mehta is the Director of Building
Performance for ME Engineers. Engaged
in sustainable design research and analysis
on high-performance buildings for over
18 years, Mohit is knowledgeable in
environmentally responsive building
practices, materials, and site design that
promote comfortable, energy-efficient and healthy
buildings. He has lectured and written on the integration
of energy and sustainable design principles into urban
planning and building design, and undertaken research
on a variety of climate-adaptive strategies.
Jamy Bacchus is an Associate at
ME Engineers in their Building Performance
group. His 25 years of experience range
from mechanical design of net zero buildings
to codes and standards development to
energy auditing of commercial buildings.
Jamy has taught at Columbia University,
Stanford University and CUNY on integrated green
building design. He presently serves on the Energy and
Atmosphere Technical Advisory Group to the USGBC for
reviewing updates to the LEED Rating Systems.

 

Please RSVP by September 13th to Jordyn at jordyn@campc.org

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