TEDxCAHP will be presented in two 75 minute parts.
Part 1: 2020-10-13 at 13h15 Eastern
Part 2: 2020-10-15 at 13h15 Eastern
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Presented by Mark Thompson Brandt
Mark has been practicing what he preaches for more than 30 years as a well respected and successful architect with an ever-growing business. Mark will take us on a journey about the importance existing buildings play in combating climate change with the passion of an expert fighting for a better world.
Presented by Larissa Ide
Existing buildings contribute to 40% of greenhouse emission globally, and reductions cannot be achieved by new buildings alone without reusing and making our existing buildings better. Larissa, a recent graduate, has become passionate about this issue and the solutions we often overlook.
Presented by Kevin Bates
Existing buildings make more money, they are more efficient, and they make happier users. While the public is often told the opposite Kevin has found these statements to be true again and again in his work as a developer in Silicon Valley. For Kevin, investing in existing buildings is a no brainer.
Presented by Jennifer O’Connor
With so much talk about energy efficiency in buildings people have somehow lost track of what comes before or after a single measurement. Jennifer comes from the world of sustainable materials, and has seen again and again the lack of sustainability in how we build new. Reducing our materials matters.
CAHP – ACECP is a professional organization that serves qualified heritage professionals in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. CAHP – ACECP establishes standards of practice, shares knowledge about heritage conservation, and supports the involvement of heritage professionals whenever places of heritage value are being identified, preserved, restored and rehabilitated. As part of its mandate, the organization also fosters and promotes public and legislative support for heritage conservation.