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On Thursday, October 7 we hosted a live digital event, Better buildings: A holistic approach to decarbonizing the built environment.
The COVID-19 pandemic, along with the social and political unrest of the last year, led many of us to question our cities and their role in facilitating equity, resilience, and livability. The sustainable development of the built environment is an important part of shaping this city of the future, which is why the decarbonization of our urban buildings draws focus.
Across the diverse but interconnected areas of policy, affordable housing initiatives, building retrofits, new build design, and the embodied carbon of materials, building decarbonization has the potential to benefit all urban communities.
We explored how we can take a holistic approach to the development of better buildings. Mark Chambers, the Senior Director for Building Emissions at the White House Council on Environmental Quality, led our conversation followed by a panel discussion with esteemed industry experts:
The event recording is available here or above.
Please contact Kelsey Eichhorn-Allen with any questions or comments.