Green Building Program
The Green Building Program encourages a whole-systems approach through design and building techniques to minimize environmental impact and reduce the energy consumption of buildings while contributing to the health of its occupants.
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Green Building Lecture Series 2017-2018
Scottsdale launches a new green building lecture series featuring local speakers and experts to discuss timely topics and issues involving the future of rooftop solar, green home renovations, toxicity in the home and workplace, edible landscapes, water resources, fresh air ventilation, combating summer heat and repurposing materials for reuse. The lectures are free and held the first Thursday of every other month from October 2017 through June 2018, 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Scottsdale Granite Reef Senior Center, 1700 N. Granite Reef Rd. Map it
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December 7, 2017
7- 8:30 p.m.
Solar Energy & Storage Battery Systems
Special guest speaker Paul Hirt will speak about the solar energy revolution, why solar is coming faster than anyone expected and how it will change our world. Paul is an historian and Senior Sustainability Scholar at ASU specializing in environmental history and sustainability studies. He has published dozens of peer-reviewed articles and books on energy history, water, and natural resources conservation. His current scholarly activities focus on the transition to renewable energy in the U.S.. Paul will be joined by a member of the solar energy storage industry.
Green Building Lectures Series 2016-2017
Scottsdale’s Green Building Program would like to thank the following speakers for participating over the last year in the 2016/2017 green building lecture series. Topics included roof top solar, green home renovations, heathy homes, edible landscapes, water efficiency and treatment alternatives, indoor fresh air, energy efficient roofing, and repurposed building materials.
|Paul Hirt, ASU Sustainability Scholar||Brandon Cheshire, SunHarvest Solar|
|Russell Moore, Professional Engineer||Gerardo Ramirez and Paul Hopkins, Plaza Osborn|
Dorie Morales, CEO, Publisher/Editor
in Chief Green Living Magazine
|Diann Peart, Principal, Truce|
Joan Baron, Environmental Artist,
Urban Garden Educator
|Dr. Peter Fox, Senior Sustainability Scientist|
|Elisa Klein, Water Conservation Coordinator||
Kimberly Llewellyn, Performance
Construction Manager, Mitsubishi Electric US
|Brad Lindsey, CEO, Horizon energy Systems||Karen Jayne, CEO Stardust Buildings Supplies|
|Jason Carlyle, Deconstruction Supervisor, Stardust Building Supplies||Kate Fulton, Marketing Coordinator, Stardust Building Supplies|
|Paul Murphy, Director of Construction, Habitat for Humanity|
7447 E. Indian School Road, Suite 125
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
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Green Building Links
- Invitation to Participate
- Program Incentives
- Green Building Enrollment Form (PDF)
- Green Design Principles
- Green Building Remodeling Tips (PDF)
- Participating Architects, Designers and Builders
- Green Residential Checklist (PDF)
- Green Residential Checklist Fill-in (PDF)
- Green Residential Checklist for Drawings – Tier 1 (PDF)
- Green Residential Checklist for Drawings – Tier 2 (PDF)
- Green Residential Compliance Certificate (PDF)