Climate Action Part 1: Overview

Presented by: Subject matter experts from AIA California COTE, City of Campbell, California Energy Commission, Water Foundation, Architecture 2030, and Siegel & Strain Architects

AIA/CES (HSW) Learning Units: 1.5 Hours

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Course release date: September, 2019.

This course is offered FREE courtesy of AIA California. Simply sign in and register for the course.

Part 1 of this day-long workshop, hosted by the AIA California Board of Directors, provides an overview on climate change policies and opportunities in the areas of Water, Carbon and Energy.

Presentations include a “State of the State” on California’s ambitious Zero Net Energy goals, an impassioned “Climate Emergency” warning by Ed Mazria, and presentations about preserving water resources and reducing embodied carbon. The presenters than gather for an insightful panel discussion about how the architectural profession can take action in response to the changing climate and its impact on the built environment.

Presenters include:
• Lisa Matthiessen, FAIA, LEED Fellow, Chair, AIA California COTE, National Sustainable Design Director, HGA
• Liz Gibbons, AIA, Councilmember, City of Campbell
• Andrew McAllister, Ph.D., Commissioner, California Energy Commission
• Juliet Christian-Smith, Ph.D., Senior Program Officer, Water Foundation
• Ed Mazria, FAIA, Hon. FRAIC, Architecture 2030 Founder and CEO
• Larry Strain, FAIA, LEED AP, Principal, Siegel & Strain Architects

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