2020 AIA/ACSA Intersections Research Conference: CARBON


Explore the latest policy innovations cities are creating around carbon dioxide reduction and where we should be going next. With examples from across the country, the discussion includes key climate policies, land use implications, challenges urban environments are facing and how architects can advocate for a healthier, more just world.

Learning objectives

  • Learn the latest policy innovations cities using to reduce carbon dioxide.
  • Explore how different cities around the country are actively updating their climate policies and how you can assist your local community.
  • Understand how urban environments are challenged to reduce carbon for a healthier future.
  • Gain knowledge from climate change leaders on how city and state policies dictate better solutions for a more sustainable world.


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