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Building a Greener Gotham: Now’s the Time

Monday, Sep 22, 2008

Don't miss this panel on New York City's Building and Energy Code. Be part of a discussion about the new report Decoding the Code: How Can NYC's 2007 Building Code Help Meet PlaNYC 2030 Energy/Carbon Reduction Goals? and how the hard-won knowledge of building professionals and public policy makers can be harnessed to bring our built environment into the front ranks of climate-smart, world-class cities.

Sponsors: The Sallan Foundation and American Institute of Architects-NY Committee on the Environment [COTE]

Panelists:
Michael Bobker, Director, Buildings Performance Lab, CUNY Institute for Urban Systems
and author of Decoding the Code
Chris Garvin, Architect, Cook + Fox, Mayor’s Sustainability Advisory Board and Green Codes Task Force.
Thomas Congdon, Assistant Secretary for Energy in Governor Paterson’s office
Respondent:
Charles Griffith, Polshek Partnership Architects, Co-Chair COTE

Date: Monday September 22, 2008, 6-8 pm

Location: Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, 6-8 pm

RSVP: COTE General admission $20, COTE members free. CES LUs: 1.5, CES HSW: 1.5

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