Architects, engineers, building professionals and others looking to connect with industry innovators will all connect at Greenprints, the sustainability conference for the Southeast! Mark your calendar for March 19-20, 2020, and join Southface Institute at the region’s most respected and thought-provoking forum on the built environment. I will be there moderating a session titled, Regenerative Design: Homes: Designing for Resilience and Efficiency on March 20.
As the population in Atlanta continues to grow, and the effects of climate change increase, resilient and efficient housing becomes a critical component of a regenerative economy in the Southeast. Hear from speakers who are currently working on affordable solutions for high-performance homes.
You’ll hear panelists address questions like:
- How can we ensure resilience in the face of climate change and a growing population?
- Is development possible without displacement?
- Are our work environments making us sick?
Access the latest sustainability research and innovation through informative panel presentations.
+ Network with sustainability trendsetters, and explore ways your organization can benefit from regenerative practices.
+ Learn strategies for healthy homes, workplaces and communities.
+ Experience the latest trends in carbon reduction, resource efficiency and regenerative design.
+ Discover advances in green tech and how it is shaping the world.
+ Contribute to the brainpower of a more resilient economy.
Greenprints takes place at Georgia State University Student Center.