BECC 2011   |   November 30 - December 2, 2011   |   Washington, DC

Select a Session Below:

Tuesday, November 29, Kick-Off & Networking Event
Wednesday Morning, November 30, Opening Plenary and Concurrent Sessions 1
Wednesday Afternoon, November 30, Concurrent Sessions 2 (1:45-3:15)
Wednesday Afternoon, November 30, Concurrent Sessions 3 (3:45-8:00)
Thursday Morning, December 1, Plenary & Concurrent Sessions 4
Thursday Afternoon, December 1, Concurrent Sessions 5 (1:45-3:15)
Thursday Afternoon, December 1, Concurrent Sessions 6 (3:45-7:00)
Friday Morning, December 2, Concurrent Sessions 7 & Closing Plenary
Friday Afternoon, December 2, Post Conference Event
Poster Presentations Wednesday, November 30
Poster Presentations Thursday, December 1
  THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1
7:30 Continental Breakfast & Registration
8:30

Keynote: "The Danish Success Story"

Katherine Richardson, Professor in Biological Oceanography and Vice Dean for Public Outreach, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen, Chair, 2009 International Scientific Congress on Climate Change, Copenhagen
9:30 Morning Break
10:00 Concurrent Sessions 4:
4A

UNCOVERING THE KEYS TO ACTION: USING VISIBILITY TO BOOST SUSTAINABLE BEHAVIOR

Moderator: Sara Van de Grift, Opinion Dynamics Corporation

4B

LIGHTNING SESSION: PROGRAM OUTCOMES AND LESSONS

Moderator: Gene Rodrigues, Southern California Edison

4C

DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSPORTATION-RELATED BEHAVIOR CHANGE PROGRAMS

Moderator: Frances Natasha Sprei, Stanford University

Can Social Norms Drive Change?
Deborah Brannan, University of Colorado Boulder
Development of a Transportation-Related Behavior Change Campaign
Ursula Vogler, San Francisco Metropolitan Transportation Commission
Very Small Changes in the Context of Large-Scale Project Delivery
Kevin Luten, UrbanTrans ANZ
4D

GOVERNMENT REBATES AND INVESTMENT: WHY SOME PROGRAMS WORK AND OTHERS DON'T

Moderator: Kathleen Gaffney, KEMA

Selling Energy Conservation Improvements to a Skeptical Public
Marjorie Isaacson, CNT Energy
Observations from the State Energy Efficient Appliance Rebate Program (SEEARP)
Lani MacRae, US DOE
Interactions between ARRA and Utility Customer-Funded Energy Efficiency Programs
Elizabeth Stuart, Lawrence Berkeley Nat'l Lab
Ethnography of Cool Roof Retrofits: The Role of Rebates in the Materials Selection Process
Susan Mazur-Stommen, ACEEE
4E

THE IMPORTANCE OF MESSAGING: GETTING THE WORD OUT IN GOOD AND BAD POLITICAL TIMES

Moderator: Sharyn Barata, Itron

4F

HOME ENERGY AUDITS: GETTING THEM RIGHT

Moderator: Peter Love, Ryerson University