Could Biophilic design, the practice of connecting people and nature within our built environments and communities, be our most promising pathway to a restorative future, and the key to achieving Living Buildings? Find out by siging up for the Biophilic Webinar Series.
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Construction and demolition activity creates nearly a quarter of the Portland metropolitan region’s annual waste stream, sending thousands of tons of reusable material to the landfill each year. In addition to this unnecessary waste, the typical method of site clearance for redevelopment—mechanical demolition—represents a potential health hazard through dispersal of toxics like lead and asbestos.
Could Biophilic design, the practice of connecting people and nature within our built environments and communities, be our most promising pathway to a restorative future, and the key to achieving Living Buildings? Join the conversation in this first installment of the Biophilic Webinar Series.
We live in a water paradigm defined by 19th century laws, 20th century infrastructure, and a 21st century climate and population. As we endeavor to shape our water future, Sharon and Rhett will share their extensive knowledge and passion for western water issues so that we can elevate our collective water consciousness. The event will focus on the water history of the west, Colorado River Issues, the C.A.P., water banking and ground water recharge.
The International Living Future Institute’s™ JUST™ program is a voluntary disclosure program and tool for all types and sizes of organizations. The JUST™ program provides an innovative transparency platform for organizations to reveal much about their operations, including how they treat their employees and where they make financial and community investments. In a similar fashion to the Living Building Challenge’s Declare® Program, the JUST™ Program acts as a “nutrition label” for socially just and equitable organizations.
Join Brad Liljequist, Director of Net Zero Energy at the International Living Future Institute, at SMUD in Sacramento. Lunch will be provided.
Join us as we meet to plan the future of the Collaborative. We are looking for members who want to help make Connecticut a place that is socially just, culturally rich and ecologically restorative.
How can our projects truly go beyond mere superficial references to Nature and the use of Biophilic design in order to create environments that are inspirational and regenerative; supporting both human and ecological well-being? Find out in this installment of the Biophilic Webinar Series .