September 22, 2021

The Passive House Network Announces Call for Papers & Ideas for 2022 National Conference

The Passive House Network Announces Call for Papers & Ideas for 2022 National Conference

The 2022 PHN Passive House Conference is now accepting submissions online through the event web page.

The Passive House Network (PHN), formerly NAPHN, announced today the call for papers and ideas for its 2022 National Conference. The 2022 conference will take place June 15-17, online and in-person in Boston Massachusetts.  

“We are excited to be in Boston next year,” said Executive Director Ken Levenson. “The region is a long-time leader in sustainable building and continues today in its support of Passive House. We are looking for papers and ideas from across the region, the country and around the world because we can all learn from each other.”

The event theme is Passive House For All, and PHN is looking for sessions that will showcase emergent project design, with strong technical and construction solutions; investigate the intersections with finance industry practice and initiatives, training, property development, community activism and public policy approaches. Organizers want to show how we can connect money, creativity, business, and community needs, to align efforts and propel successful projects.

From technical sessions to dedicated roundtable discussions, the conference will draw out the intersections of stakeholder interests and how we can deliver high-quality buildings, public health, environmental and social justice, and sustainable communities.

“Beyond technical know-how, policy, finance, and imagination are critical elements in delivering our sustainable future,” says PHN Board Chair, Bronwyn Barry. “And we want strong ideas proposed that will elevate the discussion and push action forward. Join us, and submit a great idea!”

The deadline for submissions is December 1, 2021.  Find out more:  www.phnconference.org

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