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September 12, 2017
BOTHELL — The Master Builders Association's Built Green Conference is Thursday in Bothell, covering everything from building science to policy, with discussions on equity, affordability and other community issues.
The keynote speaker is Alan Durning of Sightline Institute talking about research on the intersections between green building, affordability, equity, policy and zoning. Built Green will include releasing the results of a major post-occupancy study, and the Green Genius Awards will go to companies and individuals for projects and Built Green participation.
Educational sessions focus on integrated design, savings and heating options. They will include discussions with Seattle candidates for public office about exclusionary zoning and a workshop on biomimicry. Information is at builtgreenconference.net/bgschedule.
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