The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is actively seeking sessions for its annual live event series.
A call for proposals is pursuing sessions related to a range of green building topics to showcase LEED projects and case studies. Topics include stories, outcomes, and goals related to architecture, affordable housing, building performance, community, city and neighborhood development, energy efficiency, decarbonization, policy and advocacy, health and well-being, net-zero, materials, resilience, social equity, regenerative design, and more.
USGBC Live is designed to prepare and inspire building industry practitioners and changemakers to accelerate the transition to green buildings, cities, and communities.
The 2022 schedule includes two regional experiences plus a main event:
- USGBC Live: Boston Forum, Boston, Massachusetts, in April;
- USGBC Live: Minneapolis Forum, Minneapolis, Minnesota, in May; and
- USGBC Live (hybrid virtual and in-person) in Washington, D.C., in June.
Proposals for both in-person and virtual sessions will be accepted until Feb. 7.