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Awareness to Action: How To Engage Commercial Tenants
AIA CES: 1.5 LU | HSW GBCI: 1.5 CE
When: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
Where: At The Center
You’ve optimized envelope, you’ve optimized the building systems, but the majority of energy consumption will depend on the end users. Tenant engagement is key to ensuring performance as designed and tapping into additional energy savings. But what are the most effective means of engagement today? What factors affect behavior and decision-making? Learn what strategies are helping leading market property owners reach deeper tenant awareness and energy savings and how tenant engagement programs can support NYC’s Carbon Challenge.
Jasmine Amaso, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Senior Project Manager, Energy & Sustainability Services, Jones Lang LaSalle
Patrick Love, NYC Carbon Challenge Coordinator, Mayor’s Office of Sustainability
Elke Weber, Co-Director, Center for Research on Environmental Decisions, The Earth Institute, Columbia University
Moderator: Adam Sledd, Program Director, Commercial Real Estate Engagement, Institute for Market Transformation
Jasmine Amaso, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is focused on Energy and Sustainability Services in JLL's Northeast Region. She has sustainability project management experience in green building design, energy efficiency assessments, LEED certification, supply chain management, and zero waste initiatives.
Patrick Love oversees the NYC Carbon Challenge program for 17 of New York City’s leading universities, 11 of the largest hospital organizations, 12 global companies, and 18 residential property management firms that have committed to reduce their carbon emission by 30% or more in ten years.
Elke Weber is an expert on behavioral models of decision-making under risk and uncertainty. She investigates psychologically and neurally plausible ways to model individual differences in risk taking and discounting, specifically for financial situations and environmental decisions.
Adam Sledd leads IMT's efforts to engage the commercial real estate industry in energy-efficiency strategies. He helps individual companies, trade associations, and government agencies save energy and money by incorporating sustainability into the landlord-tenant relationship.
Organized by: AIANY Committee on the Environment (COTE), ASHRAE NY Sustainability Committee, and Urban Green Council
Price: $10 for AIA, ASHRAE, and Urban Green Council members; $20 for non-members