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LEED Strategies & Case Studies: Health & Wellness in LEED

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Join us at 1 PM EDT on April 29 to hear the stories about how LEED creates a healthier environment that supports health and wellness. Within LEED, the impact categories represent the goals that LEED is meant to achieve through the technical requirements that make up it credits and prerequisites. A weighting layer was applied to acknowledge that each of the LEED’s Impact Categories vary in scale. With 20% of the rating system focused on it, health is second only to climate change in the list of priorities outlined.

In this session you will hear specific and detailed stories about how LEED has been used to support human health and wellness. Come learn directly from the professionals who work with LEED day to day. They will talk about the relationship between health and energy efficiency, filtration and HVAC, LEED as a tool for existing buildings heath performance, biophilic design, the LEED health process pilot credit, We will also cover both LEED v4 and LEED v4.1 BD+C, ID+C and O+M strategies spanning from filtration media and outside air testing to energy and water conservation.

This session has been approved for 1 CE Hour and is LEED Specific: BD+C, ID+C, O+M. Please note, GBCI CE's are only offered for live webinar attendance. Each person wishing to earn CE hours must register individually.

Featured Speakers:
Renee Azerbegi, President, Ambient Energy
Robin Guenther, Principal, Perkins & Will
John Mlade, Director of Sustainability & Healthy Environments, Wight & Company
Amanda Timmons, President, Ampajen Solutions

Moderator: Lisa Stanley, Director Technical Solutions, USGBC

A 20% Student/Emerging Professional discount is available upon request, please reach out to to get your promo code.

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