ABOUT

The Building Resilience Network was formed to help organizations—public, private and non-profit—weave resilience practices into daily operations so that they can be stronger today and ready for tomorrow.

From climate change to earthquakes, from power outages to drought, we know that the future will look different from the past, and that our buildings and communities are vulnerable. Resilience comes from the ability to be flexible, adaptable and locally connected. A soundly built environment is key. So is a strong community.

WHO WE ARE

Founder, Heather Rosenberg

Heather Rosenberg is the founder of the Building Resilience Network, which helps businesses and their surrounding communities on the path toward physical, social and economic resilience through strategic planning, capacity building and implementation.

She is currently working with the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) to develop a Resilience Module for real estate investment companies and funds. In partnership with community-based organizations and the City of Los Angeles, she is developing a network of neighborhood resilience hubs that can support local communities in times of disasters.

Founder, Heather Rosenberg

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Heather Rosenberg is the founder of the Building Resilience Network, which helps businesses and their surrounding communities on the path toward physical, social and economic resilience through strategic planning, capacity building and implementation.

She is currently working with the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) to develop a Resilience Module for real estate investment companies and funds. In partnership with community-based organizations and the City of Los Angeles, she is developing a network of neighborhood resilience hubs that can support local communities in times of disasters.

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Ms. Rosenberg is a USGBC Ginsberg Fellow and founder of USGBC-LA's Building Resilience-LA program that brings resilience to the building scale. She developed the Building Resilience-LA: A Primer for Facilities, a resource for businesses and building owners to integrate resilience into their core operations. With more than 15 years working on the leading edge of green building and sustainability, she is co-author of the USGBC report "Social Equity in the Built Environment," co-authored the core curriculum for USGBC's Green Building and LEED Core Concepts Guide and writes and blogs extensively on issues of sustainability and resilience.
An ecologist by training, Heather formerly served as a principal at CTG Energetics, where she led sustainability projects at the local, regional and national scale. She was appointed by Mayor Eric Garcetti to serve on the City of LA’s Innovation and Performance Commission and serves on the City’s Resilience Steering Committee. She served on the National Institute of Standards and Technology Resilience Panel, and currently serves on the State of California Clean Energy Jobs Act Citizens Oversight Board, the American Society of Civil Engineers Resilient Infrastructure SPEED Committee and the USGBC Social Equity Working Group.

Partners and Advisors

USGBC-LA
Climate Resolve
UCLA Center for Public Health and Disasters
LACI
GRESB
Streetwyze

Founder, Heather Rosenberg

Heather Rosenberg is the founder of the Building Resilience Network, which helps businesses and their surrounding communities on the path toward physical, social and economic resilience through strategic planning, capacity building and implementation. She is currently working with the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) to develop a Resilience Module for real estate investment companies and funds. In partnership with community-based organizations and the City of Los Angeles, she is developing a network of neighborhood resilience hubs that can support local communities in times of disasters.

 

Ms. Rosenberg is a USGBC Ginsberg Fellow and founder of USGBC-LA’s Building Resilience-LA program that brings resilience to the building scale. She developed the Building Resilience-LA: A Primer for Facilities, a resource for businesses and building owners to integrate resilience into their core operations. With more than 15 years working on the leading edge of green building and sustainability, she is co-author of the USGBC report “Social Equity in the Built Environment,” co-authored the core curriculum for USGBC’s Green Building and LEED Core Concepts Guide and writes and blogs extensively on issues of sustainability and resilience.

An ecologist by training, Heather formerly served as a principal at CTG Energetics, where she led sustainability projects at the local, regional and national scale. She was appointed by Mayor Eric Garcetti to serve on the City of LA’s Innovation and Performance Commission and serves on the City’s Resilience Steering Committee. She served on the National Institute of Standards and Technology Resilience Panel, and currently serves on the State of California Clean Energy Jobs Act Citizens Oversight Board, the American Society of Civil Engineers Resilient Infrastructure SPEED Committee and the USGBC Social Equity Working Group.

 

 

 

 

 

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Projects

Capacity Building Trainings

Building resilience means planning for change in ways that make us better off now.

Sessions can be tailored for:

Private companies
Community based organizations
Architects, engineers, contractors
Emergency managers
Government agencies

GRESB Resilience Module

Building Resilience - LA:

A Primer for Facilities

Upcoming Projects

Resilience Hubs
Financial Tools for Affordable Housing

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