October 15, 2021
As it takes a village, and an entire globe, to address environmental issues in our communities and our profession, we are so pleased to announce that AIA NJ has refreshed its Committee on the Environment [COTE]. We would love to ask each of you to help us in our efforts by following us on Facebook / Linked In @aianjcote.
Please join us for some amazing webinars by our strategic partners so we may all contribute to designing for a green future.
October 20th at 6pm eastern – approved for 1 LU
National Green Building Standards – Now’s the time!
Michelle Foster, VP for Sustainability, Home Innovation Research Labs
November 3rd at noon eastern
Commercial and Industrial Incentives in NJ
Nauman Khurshid, C and I Outreach Manager, NJ’s Clean Energy Program
November 4th at 6pm eastern
Residential New Construction Incentives in NJ
Hap Haven, Residential Outreach Manager, NJ’s Clean Energy Program
December 15th at 6pm eastern
Climate Change Responsive Architecture –
Rethinking the way we design our homes & buildings
Peter Pfeiffer, AIA Fellow, Award-winning architect, Principle Barley/Pfeiffer Architecture
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