Sustainable Building: Does it measure up?
Posted in Events by Kate Archdeacon on February 24th, 2011
|19 May , 2011|
|20 May , 2011|
In the name of energy efficiency, Australians are pro-actively rebuilding and retrofitting their homes in an effort to go green and dodge rising energy and water rates. But how can we measure the extent of our efforts? How does your sustainable building really measure up?
Find out at the Sustainable Building: Does it measure up? conference, which will reveal how and why accurate energy measurement should underpin energy efficiency with seminars by Sam Mostyn (Director of Sydney University’s Institute of Sustainable Solutions), Dr Ralph Horne and Professor Alan Pears (RMIT), Ivan Donaldson (Australian Building Codes Board), Mike Hill (Westwyck Director and Developer for Sustainable Projects), Tone Wheeler (Environmental Architect) and many more.
Sponsored by the Alternative Technology Association (ATA) and held in the first and only ‘6 Star Green Star’ environmentally rated convention centre in the world, the 2-day conference will examine the tools, processes and products enhancing sustainability.
Register before March 15 for an early-bird discount.
Visit the website for more information on the program, workshops and pricing. https://secure.absa.net.au/index_absa.htm