Upcoming events

    • 08-Oct-2020
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (EDT)
    • Online

    Join us for the USGBC Virtual Technical Workshop: LEED V4.1 and Climate Change


    How well does LEED address the causes and appropriate responses to climate change? The answer to this question is a critical consideration as organizations and governments decide how to implement programs to achieve their intended goals of reducing their climate related impact. A rating system could easily fall into the trap of overemphasizing elements that don’t have as big of an impact, or they might ignore other elements that are emerging critical areas to address.

    This presentation will review the areas where buildings and the built environment have an impact on GHG emissions and climate change. It will then look at the important steps, technologies, and strategies to reach zero carbon, and review how LEED v4.1 addresses each of these areas. Lastly, it will review the various definitions and recently developed rating systems to certify Net Zero Energy and Carbon. Areas addressed will include:

    • Building efficiency, passive design
    • Electrification of buildings and transportation
    • Embodied carbon from materials and refrigerants
    • Strategies for onsite and offsite renewable energy


    Joshua Radoff, Senior Vice President, Built Ecology - WSP and LEED Fellow

    Josh is a Senior Vice President with WSP and leads WPS’s Built Ecology practice. Josh works on a range of horizontal and vertical sustainable buildings and infrastructure projects, including those pursuing high level sustainability goals such as Net Zero Energy, WELL and LEED certification. Josh was a co-founder of the sustainability group YR&G, was a co-founder of the advocacy group GreenHomeNYC. He was co-chair of the ULI Colorado Healthy Places Committee and is a LEED Fellow. He holds Masters’ degrees in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and Columbia University in New York. Josh teaches a class at the University of Colorado, Boulder on decarbonizing the built environment.

    Thanks to our host-partner WSP


    USGBC Individual Members: $30

    Non-Members: $45

    Students: $15

    • 10-Nov-2020
    • (EST)
    • 12-Nov-2020
    • (EST)
    • Online

    New for 2020: Greenbuild Goes Virtual

    The industry’s leading green building event now offers three virtual summits in lead up to International Conference & Expo virtual event

    Safe, secure, sustainable.  Connections without geographic boundaries.   Expanded education courses available in real time or any time.  Interactive supplier sourcing and peer networking forums.   This is Greenbuild’s next chapter.  Join us!

    The Event Dedicated to Sustainability in the Built Environment

    Greenbuild International Conference and Expo is the largest annual event for green building professionals worldwide to learn and source cutting edge solutions to improve resilience, sustainability, and quality of life in our buildings, cities, and communities. 

    As we turn this new chapter, Greenbuild – now more than ever before – is where inspiration ignites, relationships cultivate, knowledge transfers and the leaders developing the next generation of standards, policies, and partnerships gather to turn the promise of a higher living standard into a reality for all.