For those interested in sustainability, design and green building, there quite a few online learning opportunities in the coming weeks, and some are free. Here are seven of them.
COVID-19 has upended just about everything in our lives.. Will it change the way we design, build and operate green buildings?
How do you turn a building into its own drinking water plant? The Kendeda Building on Georgia Tech’s campus shows the way.
Pediatric oncologist and architect Stephanie Taylor has warned for years about low humidity rates in buildings. Now, she says, the covid-19 pandemic has made her cause more urgent.
Informative update from Kendeda Building Director Shan Arora on the building’s progress toward certification (as well as tips on taking a virtual tour and some news on social media):
The International Living Future Institute has named Seattle leadership consultant K.C. Gauldine as its interim CEO while the nonprofit’s board continue to search for a permanent leader.
Living Future 2020 is the latest green-building event to pivot this year to alternate plan.
The Healthy Building Network founder Bill Walsh stresses in this Q&A that covid-19 and toxic materials both present inordinate risks to disadvantaged people