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During the past few years, global climate change has emerged as a hot-button issue as Congress, federal, state and local governments, and private interest groups explore ways to combat the presumed effects of various activities on greenhouse gas emissions.
For the building industry, this is translating into increased requirements for energy efficiency, reductions in vehicle miles traveled and other measures that may affect where and how development may occur.
The latest webinar in NAHB’s Land Development Committee e-learning series, “Nothing But the Facts About Climate Change, Density and Development,” will highlight how California’s landmark statewide legislation is playing out so far and detail the compelling results of NAHB’s extensive research program on climate change, which is aimed at bringing better science and data to the table in policy discussions on these issues.
The webinar is free and will begin at 2:00 p.m. EST on Tuesday, Dec. 8.
To register, click here.
Land Development provides a comprehensive understanding of the interrelated factors that contribute to a successful land development project — including market study and analysis, financing, site selection analysis, environmental regulations, developing a master plan concept, storm water management, site engineering, residential streets and selecting housing types.
To view or purchase this publication online, click here, or call 800-223-2665.