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A city, development, building, or product that goes beyond carbon neutral to create an environmental benefit, intentionally removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and turning it into useful forms


We have an exclusive offer for AIA California members to attend the landmark CarbonPostive’20 CONFERENCE and EXPO, happening March 2-4 at the Intercontinental Los Angeles Downtown.

Use the code AIACA during registration to attend for a discounted rate of only $649.

This first-of-its-kind event will provide a “how-to” for dramatically and rapidly reducing the embodied and operational carbon emissions that will stem from unprecedented global construction and urbanization over the next four decades.

The CarbonPostive’20 CONFERENCE and EXPO is an interdisciplinary, practice-focused event for architects, planners, engineers, builders, developers and policymakers.

Why should you attend?

EXPERIENCE important and inspiring voices on global climate policy, sustainable architecture and urban design, and responsible material use and manufacture.

LEARN the latest design and construction approaches, strategies and tools in interactive sessions and workshops with industry experts.

CONNECT with the people, products and ideas that are working today to rapidly design, build and manufacture a carbon positive future.

The time is now for all building sector professionals to discover and adopt the most impactful planning, design, construction and manufacturing solutions to the global climate crisis.

We hope that you will join us in Los Angeles. Register soon and don’t forget to use discount code AIACA during registration to attend for only $649.

Learn more and register today at

AIA California
AIA California
Celebrating over 75 years of service, the AIA California actively promotes the value of design and advocates for the architectural profession. AIA CA is an association of 11,000 dedicated and passionate members who share a commitment to design excellence and livability in California’s natural and built environments.

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