SEES SUMMER 2020

Buildings currently generate almost 40% of global greenhouse gas emissions, represent approximately 25% of embodied carbon worldwide, and are projected to double in square footage by 2060 globally. (Building 2030, https://architecture2030.org/buildings_problem_why/)

Summer 2020 SEES offers insight into the importance of the ecological footprint of buildings and how to better plan and build sustainably for the future.

PROGRAM + THE TEAM

The Symposium on Energy, Environment & Sustainability (SEES) is a program organized and led by students and alumni consisting of events that highlight experts in the field as well as undergraduate and graduate student research and work across different topics in energy, environment and sustainability.

SEES SUMMER 2020

ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT OF BUILDINGS

Summer 2020 SEES offers insight into the importance of the ecological footprint of buildings and how to better plan and build sustainably for the future.

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STUDENTS & ALUMNI

This symposium offers a platform to discuss your research and expand your network by presenting in front of an interdisciplinary audience as well as peers and subject matter experts.

About Us

Learn more about SEES and the team.

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uic.cause@gmail.com