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
  WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 30
1:45 CONCURRENT SESSIONS 2:
2A

SUCCESS STORIES OF BEHAVIOR PROGRAMS IN RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS

Moderator: Mark Zimring, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

2B

LIGHTNING SESSION: SCHOOL SUSTAINABILITY FROM PRESCHOOL TO POST-DOC

Moderator: Michael Vandenbergh, Vanderbilt University Law School

Beyond Badges: Gamification in the Kukui Cup
Philip Johnson, University of Hawaii
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Conveying Real-Time Feedback On Resource Use Through Empathetic Gauges
Cynthia Frantz, Oberlin College
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Spreading the Eco-Message: An Applied Social Networking & Proactive Coping Program to Promote Environmental Behavior in University Residence Halls
Brittany Bloodhart, The Pennsylvania State University
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Campus Conservation Nationals: Competing to Reduce Dormitory Water and Electricity Use
John Petersen, Oberlin College
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A Measured Child-Driven Model To Behavior Change In The Household
Carleen Cullen, Cool the Earth
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You Can't Ignore Cute Shoes
Bonnie Meyer, Olympia School District
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Social and Cognitive Design in Energy Efficiency Training for NYC School Building Operators
Michael Bobker, CUNY Institute for Urban Systems, City University of NY
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2C

WHICH TECHNIQUE IS MOST EFFECTIVE?

Moderator: Pamela Wellner, Amplifying Eco

2D

CREATING SMARTER CITIES

Moderator: Sam Borgeson, University of California, Berkeley

2E

SPOTLIGHT: BETTER BUILDINGS NEIGHBORHOOD PROGRAM

Moderator: Danielle Sass Byrnett, US Department of Energy

Energize Phoenix Energy Efficiency on a Community Scale
Mick Dalrymple, ASU Global Institute of Sustainability
Utilizing Community-Based Social Marketing to Motivate San Diego's Military Population to Make Residential Energy-Efficiency Upgrades
Siobhan Foley, California Center for Sustainable Energy
Clean Energy Works Portland: A Bundled Services Approach to Whole-Home Retrofits
Andria Jacob, City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
The Next Generation of Driving Demand for Home Energy Improvements
Merrian Goggio Borgeson, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
2F

FROM MID-SIZED TO MULTI-NATIONAL COMPANIES: SHOWCASING HOW COMMERCIAL DECISIONS FOSTER SUSTAINABILITY

Moderator: Anne Dougherty, Opinion Dynamics Corporation

Tillamook Cheese Sustainability Review
Mike Bailey, Ecos / Advantage IQ
Energizing Healthcare at Gundersen Lutheran
Jeff Rich, Gundersen Lutheran Healthcare
Envision Charlotte Commercial Energy Efficiency Program
Charles Pfeiler, Duke Energy
3:15-3:45 Afternoon Break