Built Green Expo Conference and Tour
Learn about efficient building materials, energy efficiency, and natural resource conservation. Speakers include: Ernst Ulrich von Weizs¤cker, Bill Hayward, and author, Eric Corey Freed.
When: Saturday, June 14, 2008, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: SBCC, 721 Cliff Dr., Santa Barbara
Age limit: Not available
Categories: Citizen's Alert
At the top of the agenda are efficient building materials, new products
and techniques that result in superior environmental quality, energy efficiency, and natural resource conservation.
The Built Green Expo will highlight the latest in green products and services, innovative technologies, and a wealth of information offered in the Green Building marketplace today. The Conference will have a variety of
educational seminars, workshops, panel discussions, and demonstrations, with eminent speakers on topics related to energy efficiency, material selection, and sustainable approaches to design and construction.
The 2 day event will interest building industry professionals, homeowners, and the general public. The Built
Green/• Expo, Conference & Tour is free and open to the public. To inquire about exhibit and or sponsorship
opportunities, or to register for the conference and tour, please contact Built Green/• Santa Barbara at
805-884-1100, or visit www.builtgreenexpo.com.
Built Green/• Santa Barbara is a voluntary environmental building program that distinguishes and promotes
resource efficient development, design, and construction. Green building practices go beyond energy and
water conservation to incorporate environmentally sensitive site planning, resource efficient building
materials and superior indoor air quality. Built Green/• Santa Barbara members are a network of building
industry professionals, developers and homeowners working together to improve quality of life in Santa
Barbara. Built Green/• Santa Barbara is a nonprofit (501c3) organization committed to educating contractors,
builders, developers, architects and home owners in green building practices and techniques.
Event posted May 19, 2008
Last updated Jan. 11, 2010