Greening the Existing Stock of Single-Family Homes Forum

January 26

Greening the Existing Stock of Single-Family Homes Forum


The Green Affordable Housing Coalition


Thursday, January 26, 2012
10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

 U.S. Green Building Council
 2101 L Street, NW, Suite 500
 Washington, DC 20037

On January 26th, the Green Affordable Housing Coalition held the second in a series of forums focused on advancing green affordable housing! The forum brought together experts from the government, nonprofit and developer sectors to answer the question: how do we green the existing stock of single family housing to make it more energy-efficient, environmentally sustainable, affordable, and healthy? 


Michelle Winters, NeighborWorks America (moderator)

Stockton Williams, HR&A Advisors

Brad Penney, Advocates for The Other America - PowerPoint

Bill Garber, Appraisal Institute - PowerPoint

Paul Mazzarella, Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services - PowerPoint


Additional Resources

Audio Recording (please note that clicking on the link will automatically begin downloading the necessary software)

Forum Pictures (Photos: Ana L. Ka’ahanui)

USGBC's Report: Better Buildings through Executive Action: Leveraging Existing Authorities to Promote Energy Efficiency and Sustainability in Multifamily, Residential and Commercial Buildings

Residential Green and Energy Efficient Addendum

Green Addendum webinar

Valuation of Sustainable Buildings Professional Development Program

For more information on future forums and events from the Green Affordable Housing Coalition, please contact NHC Policy Associate Sarah Jawaid at (202) 466-2121 Ext. 248 or at


The Green Affordable Housing Coalition is a national action network that fosters collaboration and advocates for the development and preservation of green affordable housing. The Coalition provides members with an opportunity to share best practices and the latest research, discuss potential policy solutions, coordinate outreach and advocacy efforts, and network with organizations with a shared mission. Read more about the Coalition at our website,

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