The National Institute is the premier event for college faculty, students, and technical professionals aspiring to improve their knowledge and application of high-performance building operations. This year’s theme is “Less Carbon, More Action! Strategies for Buildings & Technician Education.”
Siegel & Strain Architects presented the Oakland EcoBlock as one of three case studies on adaptive reuse as part of AIA California’s Climate Action webinar series.
EcoBlock’s Amy Dryden, along with Alex Laskey of Rewiring America, will be keynote speakers for the second day of the Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change (BECC) Conference.
Siegel & Strain Architects will present three recent and current reuse projects—including the Oakland EcoBlock—and discuss the process, opportunities, and benefits, as well as the challenges and lessons learned, of reusing and upgrading existing buildings to benefit the climate and community.
JUMP into STEM challenges the next generation of building scientists to help solve the industry’s most pressing issues and is open to U.S. undergraduate and graduate students across a variety of majors.
The Water Conservation Showcase is California’s flagship event that addresses the most pressing water issues facing the Golden State today. The EcoBlock Water team will share key findings and lessons learned from the project.
Join experts from across the AEC industry in San Francisco for the leading architecture and design conference of the year—featuring a session from the EcoBlock team!
Save the date for BECC 2023! Join leading experts from industry, academia, government, and the nonprofit sector to discuss behavioral solutions to climate change that drive transformation.
Share your original findings at BECC 2023! The focus of this year’s event is on driving transformation—toward new ideas, new policies, and new methods of changing behavior to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions.
The 2023 Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change (BECC) Conference call for abstracts is now open! This year’s theme is “Driving Transformation.”