Architecture 2030 at the National Academy of Sciences
September 2010 | Announcements
Edward Mazria will present Architecture 2030’s research and findings to the National Academy of Sciences, Distinctive Voices at the Jonsson Center, lecture series in Woods Hole, on Tuesday, September 14, 7:00 p.m.
This compelling argument for achieving energy reductions in the Building Sector titled, “America: On the Brink,” explores the most significant crises and the greatest opportunities for change in modern times. Three profound, world-altering events are converging to create this crisis and opportunity: the warming of the earth’s atmosphere caused by burning fossil fuels, the rapid depletion of global petroleum and natural gas reserves and the current long recession. As these events intensify, they will dramatically change how we live, build and relate to the natural world.
Admission and parking are free but please register for individual events, as seating is limited. Please call (508) 289-4630 for availability and reservations. A continuing dialogue and reception will follow the presentation. The Jonsson Center is located at 314 Quissett Avenue in Woods Hole.
Architecture 2030’s mission is to rapidly transform the built environment from the major contributor of greenhouse gas emissions to a central solution to the climate crisis.