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International Zero Net Carbon Conference in China

International Zero Net Carbon Conference in China

The What: Architecture 2030 and CEDAAB are hosting an important international conference on China’s move towards a Zero Net Carbon built environment. China ratified the historic Paris Agreement on climate change on September 3, 2016 and committed to taking a global ...

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2016 Events Calendar of Green Building and Related Conferences

2016 Events Calendar of Green Building and Related Conferences

Have you started to plan your business or vacation schedule for the year? There are lots of upcoming green conferences around which you can build your vacation. GAB Report has pulled together a comprehensive list of international conferences and expos that ...

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Green Adaptive Reuse Project Trumps Demolition

Green Adaptive Reuse Project Trumps Demolition

Adelaide, Australia-based Woods Bagot & Tridente Architects were recently announced as the winners of the WAN Adaptive Reuse Award 2015 for their Tonsley Main Assembly Building and Pods mixed-use project in Clovelly Park, Australia. As the master planners for the ...

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Solar Serpents as Adaptable Global Solution

Solar Serpents as Adaptable Global Solution

Editor’s Note: The Solar Serpent in Paradise project was brought to my attention by Mans Tham, a Stockholm-based architect and urban strategist who was educated in Stockholm as well as at U.C. Berkeley. One of his post-graduate classes examined how urban ...

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Net Positive Energy + Water Conference 2016

Net Positive Energy + Water Conference 2016

The What: The International Living Future Institute (ILFI) is hosting its third annual Net Positive Energy and Water Conference, dedicated to the exchange of technical expertise, bold strategies and provocative case studies—all aimed at accelerating the global shift toward Net Positive ...

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Ecocity World Summit – Abu Dhabi 2015

Ecocity World Summit – Abu Dhabi 2015

The What: Ecocity World Summit (ECWS) 2015, a biennial event that will be hosted in the Middle East for the very first time, will tackle the issues around building ecocities in challenging environments, and serve as the platform upon which Abu ...

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Historic Rutgers University Welcomes New Green Campus

Historic Rutgers University Welcomes New Green Campus

Rutgers University is the eighth-oldest college in the United States, and one of only nine to be founded before the American Revolution. Located on the banks of the Raritan River in New Brunswick, NJ, it famously hosted the first intercollegiate ...

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Hey World, Get Up and Green Up!

Hey World, Get Up and Green Up!

World Green Building Week is here! During the week of September 22-27 2014, Green Building Councils in countries in the Americas, Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe, and Middle East and North Africa and representing more than 27,000 organizations will host more than ...

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