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C12: EPDs: The Good, the Bad, the Useful Speakers: Amy Costello (Armstrong Flooring, Inc.), Angela Fisher (Aspire Sustainability), Anna Lasso (UL Environment), Anthony Bernheim (San Francisco International Airport)
D12: Leveraging EPDs to Build Lower Embodied Carbon Buildings Materials Speakers: Keith Killpack (SCS Global Services), Gale Tedhams (Owens Corning), Patrick Boyle (Sloan Valve Company)
E12: Beyond Measure: Using LCA to Transform Projects and Products Speakers: David Walsh (Sellen), Brad Benke (LMN Architects), Meghan Lewis (Mithun)
G12: Achieving the Promise of Mass Timber Speakers: Corey Brinkema (Forest Stewardship Council - United States), Kathrina Simonen (University of Washington), Brent Davies (Ecotrust)
F12: What the Health? A Supplier, Manufacturer and Third Party Verifier discuss Material Health Challenges and Successes Speakers: William Paddock (WAP Sustainability Consulting), Philip Ivey (Milliken), Ranae Anderson (Universal Fibers Systems)
H12: Can Your Spec Reverse Global Warming? Speakers: Mikhail Davis (Interface), Erin McDade (Architecture 2030)
A12: LEED, Wellness, and Arc in Retail: A Starbucks Perspective Speakers: Raefer Wallis (GIGA), John Harrison (Starbucks Coffee Company), Alessandro Bisgani (BEE - Bisagni Environmental Enterprise)
C15: Safer Materials: In Green Chemistry We Trust. Speakers: Shawn Hunter (Global Sustainability Leader at DowDuPont Safety & Construction), Gina McCarthy (Former EPA Administrator, Director of the Center for Health and the Global Environment & Professor at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health), John Warner (President / Chief Technology Officer at The Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, LLC)
ALA06: Innovative Approaches to Materials & Resources Credits in LEED: This session will guide Greenbuild attendees through the Materials & Resources Pilot Credits on Hazard & Exposure and Integrative Analysis in LEED v4. It will provide an overview of the underlying principles, demonstrate use in real-world LEED projects, and explore pilot credit inclusion in future versions of LEED.
ALA08: Driving Sustainability: The Importance of Collaboration and Transparency: Recently, the American Chemistry Council and its members adopted a bold set of sustainability commitments, including the safe use of chemicals, informed material selection, accelerated innovation, and the development of collaborative relationships to help fulfill those commitments. This session will explore ways that collaboration, communication and transparency can unlock progress on sustainability.
Support the place where project teams interact with LEED project reviewers at Greenbuild. This popular forum includes a series of lively, interactive technical discussion sessions in addition to one-on-one project conversations.
Creating a circular economy in which buildings function as material banks begins with choosing – and integrating – safe, healthy products and materials into every project. Through first-hand experiences and real-world examples shared by product manufacturers and designers, this session will lead you through the process of identifying, assessing and selecting safe, healthy, circular materials for the built environment using the Cradle to Cradle Certified product standard and material health methodology as a guideline. Learn more about this workshop.
Check out these exhibitors, who will be in the mindful MATERIALS pavilion, located within the larger Materials pavilion.