* Mixed Greens Series: Zero-Energy Tower, Guangzhou, China: Roger Frechette, Director of MEP Engineering, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP will be speaking tonight at the New York Academy of Arts and Sciences about the Zero-Energy Tower in Guangzhou, China, in the last event in their Mixed Greens series, co-sponsored by The Skyscraper Museum. The event is at 6pm at 7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich St., 40th Floor, cost $10.
* Green Drinks NYC: The monthly event for people who work in the environmental field meet up for a drink hits Solar One tonight at 2420 FDR Drive Service Road East (at 23rd Street /Ave C and Stuyvesant Cove Park), 6pm – 10pm. Suggested donation of $15, free if you bring your electric bill and sign up for wind power.
* Lessons From CBE’s Post-Occupancy Evaluations: The Northern California Chapter of the US Green Building Council’s monthly meeting will feature Gail Brager, Professor, Dept. of Architecture, UC Berkeley; Associate Director, Center for the Built Environment discussing the research done at UC Berkeley’s Center for the Built Environment. 5:30pm -7:30pm on 5/9 at 130 Sutter Street, Suite 600, San Francisco, $30 at the door.
* New Trends in Building Green: During this free two-hour seminar, you will hear from experts in design and construction, green certification, finance, and asset protection. Co-sponsored by the USGBC – Northern California Chapter, Cohen Financial, Argo Insurance Group and Fireman’s Fund Insurance. 8:30am – 11am on 5/10 at City Club of San Francisco, 155 Sansome St, 10th Floor, San Francico, free.
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