U.S. - China Green Building Panel

The Bren School of Environmental Science & Management
at the University of California, Santa Barbara


A Group Project Panel Discussion

Bryan Henson (MESM 2003) LEED AP - General Manager, Allen Associates
Jordan Sager (MESM 2009), LEED AP - LEED Program Manager, UCSB
Perrin Pellegrin, LEED AP - Managing Partner, Innovative Workshop Consulting

Wang Haikun, PhD - Lecturer, Nanjing University
Zhang Rongrong - Assistant Researcher, Nanjing University
Lei Yue - Graduate student, Nanjing University
Liu Miaomiao - Graduate student, Nanjing University

Wednesday, May 25, 2011
2:30 - 3:30
Bren Hall 1424

"Exploring the Collaboration Between the Bren School and
the School of the Environment in Nanjing, China"

Hosted by Sarah Anderson

Note: A Chinese cultural event with food and refreshments will follow
on the Deckers Outdoor Corporation Terrace

The Bren student project is part of Professor Oran Young’s collaborative activities linking the Bren School with our partners at the School of the Environment at Nanjing University (NJU) in China under the general theme of low-carbon development.  There is no prospect of making progress in addressing the problem of climate change without finding ways for the United States and China to cooperate in efforts to reduce GHG emissions. To strengthen the relationship between the student groups collaborating on green building research, the students from China are visiting the Bren School to participate in workshops and share research progress.  This discussion includes local green building experts sothat the two groups can share current challenges and present the Bren community with a broad perspective of issues in the study of environmentally friendly buildings.


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