2020 March First Friday Webinar: LEED and Human Health

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Join us for our 2020 monthly First Friday Webinar education series. Earn LEED specific CEU credits, along with some AIA LUs (when offered)!

Our March 2020 online webinar will be on Friday, March 6, 2020 at 12:15 pm EST. Login From your computer.

LEED and Human Health; 1.0 hour LEED specific for BD+C, ID+C, O+M, the LEED Green Associate, and 1 AIA LU

About: 

Missed Greenbuild Chicago 2018? Tune in for an exclusive look at the best sessions. This course features excerpts from the LEED and Health session.

Every LEED project protects and improves the health of people across the globe via macro level strategies AND the health of occupants in the project via building level strategies. For example, improving energy efficiency in one building reduces pollutants in the air and greenhouse gas emissions across the globe, thereby helping global health. Water efficiency in one building helps protect water resources available globally. In addition, LEED incorporates strategies targeted at improving the health specifically of the occupants in the building by optimizing indoor air quality, material impacts, lighting, biophilia, sound, and other parameters. We recognize that all of our actions are connected and have an impact on health and quality of life, and LEED is designed to optimize our impacts. Attendees will come away from this session with a deeper understanding of how LEED affects our everyday lives and improves health and wellness.

This session features key excerpts from a session at Greenbuild 2018.

Objectives:

1. Identify the health and wellness impacts from LEED v4 Indoor Environmental Quality credits

2. Recognize health impacts of LEED v4 Water credits

3. Recognize health impacts of LEED v4 Location & Transportation credits

4. Identify connection between energy savings and health benefits in LEED v4 Energy & Atmosphere credits

Pricing:

$10 for all attendees. Are you a USGBC Community member or a USGBC National member (or employee)? Please contact us to get your free promo code.

General Information:

Please note: If you would like continuing education credit for attendance, you must register individually (non-registered viewers of the WebEx will not be able to report attendance), and you will need to include your GBCI number and AIA number in the registration/order form. An event password will be emailed to all registered participants in your confirmation and reminder emails.

For the best experience, please plan to be in front of your computer to see the presentation as well as hear the audio! The presentation may not work well on some mobile devices.

Questions? Please contact:

Kirsten Swanson at kswanson@usgbc.org

When
March 6th, 2020 12:15 PM   through   1:30 PM

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