Green Builder Media Announces Green Building Webinars

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Green Builder Media announces upcoming green building webinars.

Green Builder Media has a wealth of free educational webinars and articles covering every aspect of green building and sustainability. Launched in 2011, Green Builder's webinar series taps forward-thinking, innovative speakers, weather experts, building scientists and more. These webinars will help you stay on top of trends and will give you new ideas and best practices to bring back to your business.

Upcoming live events:

Water Intrusion Management (http://www.greenbuildermedia.com/moisture-management-fundamentals) —Did you know that ⅔ of construction litigation involves moisture intrusion? In this Moisture Management Fundamentals webinar, internationally renowned building science expert Joe Lstiburek of the Building Science Corp.shows building professionals how to properly manage moisture in the design and construction of projects. Result? Happy homeowners, reduced callbacks. Wednesday, May 3, 2 PM Eastern

Building Beyond Net Zero (http://www.greenbuildermedia.com/building-beyond-net-zero) —Building net zero energy homes is a cost-effective building strategy. Joe Lstiburek is back talking about building science advancements and product innovations that will take housing beyond net zero, enabling us to design and build homes that are net-positive energy producers.  Dr. Lstiburek will cover groundbreaking energy efficiency strategies, pioneering renewable energy solutions, and advanced smart home technologies that help create an optimized demand-side energy management strategy. Wednesday, May 17, 2:00 PM Eastern

Radiant Vs. Forced Air: Which Is More Sustainable for a Home? (http://www.greenbuildermedia.com/radiant-forced-air-which-is-more-sustainable-home) —When designing or building a sustainable home, there are numerous factors that can transform a marginally efficient structure into an extraordinary energy saver. While the majority of U.S. homes have traditional forced-air HVAC systems, homeowners and homebuilders should be aware of the short-term and long-term efficiencies that can result from installing a hydronic radiant floor heating system. (Hint: water has the capacity to transport energy 3,500 times greater than air.) Wednesday, June 7, 2:00 PM Eastern

For Nevada builders and residents, Take Aways from the 2018 Nevada Legislative Session (http://www.greenbuildermedia.com/take-aways-from-the-nevada-legislative-session) The changes to the 2018 building code will bring new opportunities and challenges to building professionals, including enhanced performance requirements and a new compliance pathway. This webinar will delve into the Nevada legislative session and what building professionals can expect to see with the adoption of the 2018 code. June 21, 2:00 PM Eastern

Green Builder's webinar archive (http://www.greenbuildermedia.com/impact-series-archive) provides access to six year's worth of recorded webinars available for on-demand viewing.

Want more information? Contact Cati O'Keefe at cati.okeefe(at)greenbuildermedia(dot)com

About Green Builder Media
Green Builder® Media, LLC is the nation’s leading media company focused on green building and sustainable living, affecting positive change by providing inspirational information to over 200,000 progressive building professionals and 38 million consumers who are interested in sustainable living. With a comprehensive suite of content marketing, digital, social, and print media options, high-profile demonstration projects, market research, and live events, Green Builder Media offers a blend of visionary and practical information covering a broad spectrum of sustainable living topics, including Internet of Things, smart home technologies, energy efficiency, water conservation, indoor air quality, resilient housing, renewables and clean transportation. For more information, visit http://www.greenbuildermedia.com.

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