The Future of Urban Housing: Enhancing Energy Efficiency

The Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future at Boston University held the first Pardee House Seminar of the academic year, “The Future of Urban Housing: Enhancing Energy Efficiency,” on September 17 with approximately 40 BU students, faculty, and other guests in attendance.

Panelists included BU professors Robert K. Kaufmann (Earth & Environment) and Michael Gevelber (Mechanical Engineering), and Pardee Research Fellow Enrique Silva (Lincoln Institute of Land Policy), who served as moderator. Silva, Kaufmann, and Gevelber work together on the Madison Park Housing Energy Efficiency research project, a collaborative of the BU Sustainable Neighborhoods Lab and the Madison Park Development Corporation. The Pardee Center serves as the administrative home of this effort.

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