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2019-12-10 18:30:002019-12-10 21:00:00America/New_YorkNet Zero Neighborhoods for NYCDoors open at 6 PM. Event starts at 6:30. Please join the AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee, the AIANY Committee on the Environment (COTE), and the Consulate General of Switzerland in New York for a discussion about the challenges and opportunities of Net-Zero carbon neighborhoods. Conclusive strategies have emerged from interdisciplinary approaches to sustainable development challenges and opportunities across urban sectors. Through a comparative framework of global best practices,
The Green Building, 452 Union Street, Brooklyn 452 Union Street Brooklyn NY 11231
Dec 10, 2019
12/10/19, 6:30pm - 9pm
The Green Building, 452 Union Street, Brooklyn
1.5 LU / 1.5 HSW
Doors open at 6 PM. Event starts at 6:30.
Please join the AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee, the AIANY Committee on the Environment (COTE), and the Consulate General of Switzerland in New York for a discussion about the challenges and opportunities of Net-Zero carbon neighborhoods.
Conclusive strategies have emerged from interdisciplinary approaches to sustainable development challenges and opportunities across urban sectors. Through a comparative framework of global best practices, this discussion will give context to these integrated strategies, highlighting applied research solutions that may be universal, or in some cases place-specific, while envisioning outcomes and identifying pathways to a proto-typical Net-Zero carbon district in a 2050 New York City.
While supporting existing local and global policy benchmarks and aligning with globally accepted emissions inventory frameworks, Net Zero Neighborhoods provides a platform for innovative thought leadership, knowledge sharing and advocacy towards progressive solutions for achieving a sustainable city. The discussion will identify the need to bridge the broad scope of city-scale sustainability frameworks and the more narrow-scale of building-specific metrics with a set of integrated built environment connections that translate through low carbon planning tools and methods for the dense urban district. Implications for both policy and practice across disciplines, as well as the potential of these best practices to impact and enhance the quality of everyday urban life in the future, will be considered.
Welcoming Remarks and Introductions: Jeffrey Raven, FAIA, LEED AP BD+C, Principal, RAVEN A+U – Architecture + Urban Design LLC, Director, Graduate Program in Urban + Regional Design | Associate Professor New York Institute of Technology, Co-Chair, Planning and Urban Design Committee, AIA New York Chapter Anne Shellum, Mechanical Engineer, Cities Group at BuroHappold Engineering, Co-Chair, Committee on the Environment, AIA New York Chapter Ambassador Markus Börlin, Consul General of Switzerland in New York
Sector Opportunities: Ursula Ecker, Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC) in Smart, Sustainable and Resilient Communities and Cities, Concordia University Gregory J. Haley, AIA, AICP, LEED AP, Associate Principal, Grimshaw Joshua Foss, Founder & CEO, Regensia
Panel Discussion: Net Zero Carbon District Prototype | Global Best Practices Martha Sickles, AICP, LEED AP, Principal, Urbecon Dr. Jimeno A. Fonseca, Senior Researcher, Singapore ETH-Centre, ETH Zurich Eric McClure, Brooklyn Community Board 6, Transportation Committee Chair Dr. Pieter J. Fourie, Project Leader, Engaging Mobility, Responsive Cities, Future Cities Laboratory, Singapore ETH-Centre, ETH Zurich Clare Miflin, Founder, Thinkwoven, Co-Chair, Committee on the Environment, AIA New York Chapter Markus Hurschler, Co-founder and Managing Director, Foodways
Moderator: Stefan Knust, AIA, LEED AP, WELL AP, CPHC, Senior Associate, Director of Sustainability, Ennead Architects
Response: David Driskell, Board Member, ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, Deputy Director of Planning and Community Development, City of Seattle
As a reminder, AIA National policy requires participants to attend the entire educational portion of an event to receive continuing education credits. We encourage all participants to arrive on time to comply with this policy.
AIANY PUD Committee; AIANY COTE; NYIT; InSource Research Consortium; Consulate General of Switzerland in New York
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