Management Department to Host NESEA BuildingEnergy Bottom Lines Event

On September 15, 2017 AUNE’s Department of Management will host a gathering of regional companies dedicated to learning from each other how to improve their triple bottom business practices. The event is part of a program called BuildingEnergy Bottom Lines developed by the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA). NESEA’s Director of Program Development, Miriam Aylward MBA ’14, is returning to campus to spearhead this event.

BuildingEnergy Bottom Lines consists of regional peer groups of architecture, engineering, building, design/build, energy efficiency, and renewable energy businesses dedicated to high-performance building. But the focus is not on building. The groups meet several times a year for two-day facilitated sessions at individual members’ places of business and communicate online year-round. Bottom Liners share the inner workings of their businesses with their peers who help them sharpen their skills and improve their Triple Bottom Lines (People, Planet, and Profit).

NESEA advances the adoption of sustainable energy practices in the built environment by cultivating a community where practitioners share, collaborate and learn. NESEA, Founded in 1974 and headquartered in Greenfield, MA is the region’s leading 501(c)(3) membership organization promoting sustainable energy practices in the built environment. Its work is vital to increasing sustainability, especially in the building sector, which in the United States, accounts for nearly half of all energy consumption and produces nearly half of all greenhouse gas emissions, making it the largest single contributor to climate change. Working to shape the built environment helps shape the future of cities and towns, and the planet. NESEA operates primarily in the northeastern United States, but is increasingly reaching out to share ideas nationally and internationally.



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