The Woodlands G.R.E.E.N.’s next Going Green Sustainability Lecture: “Solar Energy—Beyond Consumer Rates; What’s Next in Developing Community Energy Projects?” is scheduled for Thursday, September 28, at 7:00 p.m. The lecture will be held at HARC, 8801 Gosling Road, The Woodlands, TX 77381.
HARC researchers accepted an invitation to participate in the upcoming Innovations in Building Resilient Communities Leadership Academy, a program of the Institute for Sustainable Communities June 26-28.
Gavin Dillingham, PhD, Program Director for Clean Energy Policy at HARC, recently attended the Amplify Phoenix program organized by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. The event was designed to promote the development of an Energy Efficiency in Buildings Lab. Dr.
As wetlands have been displaced by development in our region, there have been major implications for wildlife habitat, water quality and quantity and flood control. Freshwater wetlands are especially at risk as many fall outside of the jurisdiction of the Clean Water Rule.
On Wednesday, March 8th, HARC sponsored the People and Nature Speaker Series event featuring climate scientist and communicator, Dr. Katharine Hayhoe. The event was held at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Brown Auditorium. Dr.
HARC's Gavin Dillingham, Program Director, Clean Energy Policy, participated on a panel with the USGBC and WBCSD discussing ways to amplify private-public sector partnerships to drive greater energy efficiency.
As more breweries come online, there is greater competition for customer share. To be more competitive in the market brewers not only need to produce great beer, but they need to do it in a cost effective manner.
HARC's President Jim Lester will co-host and provide closing remarks at the Advanced Waste Management: Environmental and Economic Benefits symposium on May 24, 2016, 8:30 am at the University of Houston, College of Architecture and Design - Room 150 122 Hines College of Architecture and Design in Houston.