The decarbonization of the built environment is a proven solution to mitigate climate change, but only if the products and materials used contribute to that decarbonization. The struggle to find optimized products that contribute to lower embodied carbon, healthy interiors and energy efficiency has been real, but these struggles are becoming a thing of the past.
Tools, guidance and best practices are key. Join industry experts from across the project value-chain as they help you realize building aspirations that are low-carbon, healthy and green. From specification to implementation, discover better tools, clear guidance and optimal communication that make sustainable materials work for your building.
This session is a primer to the upcoming Building Lasting Change session & workshop, The Difference is Material, and is ideal for architects, designers, specifiers, building owners and managers, general contractors, consultants, and sustainability managers.
Laurel Christensen - Director of Outreach & Engagement, Mindful MATERIALS
Robert Cooney - Project Manager, National Research Council - (LCA)2 Initiative
Jolene McLaughlin - Director Corporate Sustainability, EllisDon
Zeina Elali - Senior Sustainability Advisor, Associate, Perkins & Will
*Please note a recording of the session
will not be available.