Projects that pursue the Living Building Challenge are not just some of the greenest buildings in the world, these projects are truly better buildings with significant health and productivity benefits for owners and occupants.
Join materials, toxics, and living building experts for a conversation on toxins in the built environment and how making toxic-free choices in materials is possible.
“We know how to create Living Buildings that are healthy, responsible, beautiful and long-lasting. We know how to design and construct net zero buildings that are sound investments. So why aren’t clients demanding these?
What’s that Green Stuff? Lessons from Operating a Rain Water Collection and Treatment System Living Future unConference / Seattle WA / May 16-19, 2017 Presenters: Charley Stevenson, Principal, Integrated Eco Strategy Amy Johns, Director, Zilkha Center for Environmental Initiatives, Williams College “Williams College’s Class of 1966 Environmental Center is operating the first licensed rainwater collection and…