Going green for the fall in Boston

August 28, 2017

Design/construction professionals can expand on their green building knowledge and skills at Greenbuild, taking place in Boston, Mass., this fall.
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Registration is open for Greenbuild International Conference and Expo[2], which is coming to Boston, Mass., from November 8 to 10. The event, presented by the U.S. Green Building Council[3] (USGBC) and run by Informa, is expected to pack the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center with approximately 25,000 attendees, from architects and building owners to students and educators.

The event includes opportunities to expand green building knowledge by attending sessions such as:

“Greenbuild offers a forum for the green building community to unite, change lives, revolutionize business, and address pressing issues in the built environment,” said Kate Hurst, USGBC’s senior vice president of conference and events. “Important topics covered through this year’s lineup include air quality, human health, energy and water use, indoor environmental quality, land development, materials selection, and reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, to name a few.”

In addition to its educational sessions and workshops, the conference will feature keynote speeches, walking and bike tours, an exhibit hall, social events such as the Women in Green Power Breakfast and three summits:

Two new shows have also been added to the Greenbuild roster this year: Greenbuild India[4] and Greenbuild China[5]. For more information on the show or to register[6], visit the event’s site.

  1. [Image]: https://www.constructioncanada.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/bigstock-148603922.jpg
  2. Greenbuild International Conference and Expo: https://www.greenbuildexpo.com/en/home.html
  3. U.S. Green Building Council: https://www.usgbc.org/
  4. Greenbuild India: https://greenbuild.usgbc.org/india
  5. Greenbuild China: https://greenbuild.usgbc.org/china
  6. register: https://www.greenbuildexpo.com/en/register.html

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