WNYSEA and GreenHomeNYC Presents: Green Building 101
The experts from NYC and Buffalo are coming together for one night only to give you the best, most effective tips to green your building.
Come to listen, learn and be inspired!
Speakers: Shai Lauros, GreenHomeNYC, Fred Fellendorf and Bernice Radle, Buffalo Energy
Details: Monday, June 18th // 7pm // Free // Hallwalls // 341 Delaware Ave // FB event
Are you a homeowner, commercial property owner or property manager concerned with increasing energy costs?
Are you a contractor, architect, interior designer or real estate broker whose clients have asked about green buildings?
Do you plan to renovate, buy or develop a building?
If you answered YES, we have the experts here to help you!
GreenHomeNYC pairs with WNYSEA to curate the top tips for greening buildings by way of green materials, waste prevention and reduction, and energy efficiency. Take a tour around what the experts in the field have to say to design, construct, maintain and enjoy an energy efficiency building with healthy indoor environmental quality. This forum is a spinoff of an earlier forum that took place in New York City in May, organized by GreenHomeNYC and hosted by Trespa, wherein an audience of tenants, homeowners and building professionals gathered to hear how to reduce energy and water use; improve occupant health, safety and comfort with non-toxic, reusable and recycled building materials; and prevent waste and pollution.
Join us in Buffalo for a Green Building 101 on June 18th where we review the same, but with particular attention to those issues facing Buffalo’s building stock. There’ll be something here for everyone – we’ll present insider tips applicable to novices and experts alike. To start things off, we’ll screen the videos produced from the NYC forum that discuss why we’re embarking on our Green Buildings, Green Cities campaign, and take questions from the audience on these issues. Following this, our Buffalo experts will take the stage to discuss their top tips for greening the City’s buildings.
For more information go to www.wnysea.com / email@example.com
Funding provided by the NYS Pollution Prevention Institute through a grant from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation. Any opinions, finding, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Environmental Conservation.