Courtney Crosson to Discuss Water Policy on Conference Panel
SoA Assistant Professor of Practice Courtney Crosson will be a speaker at this year's Net Positive Energy and Water Conference in San Diego California on an invited panel centered on regenerative water system design. The panel is entitled In An Era of Drought: Perspectives from the Field and will explore the persistent regulatory, financial, and cultural barriers to regenerative water design and how recent scarcity has initiated policy change. The annual conference is organized by the International Living Future Institute, the organization that governs Living Building Challenge certification.
Students in this year's 451a Net Zero Energy and Water District Studio will be attending the conference after a case study tour of sustainable campus design in Los Angeles and San Diego. Highlights include speaking with the policy leaders formulating UCLA and UCSD's 2025 carbon neutrality campus plans and the designers and visionaries of the design of CalTech's net zero energy and water student residence hall.
Wednesday, March 30, 2016 - 9:30am