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Wednesday, May 11 • 8:00am - 12:00pm
Tangible Change: Materials and the Living Building Challenge Workshop
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN: http://www.livingfutureunconference.org/register/
Both conference (additional fees apply) and non-conference attendees may register for this workshop. Need help adding it onto your existing registration? Contact us at LF@living-future.org


PRICING
Early Bird (through 4/26): $125 Members / $200 Non-Members
Beginning 4/27: $150 Members / $225 Non-Members
Want to attend two workshops? Get $50 off the total if you register for two! Enter the code DOUBLE on check out to get the discount!

LOCATION: Westin Seattle (Room: Pike)

The Living Building Challenge Materials Petal is intended to induce a successful and healthy materials economy that is non-toxic, transparent and socially equitable.  In this workshop, participants will gain an understanding of how to meet the materials-related Imperatives of the Living Building Challenge: I-10 Red List, I-11 Embodied Carbon Footprint, I-12 Responsible Industry, I-13 Living Economy Sourcing, and I-14 Net Positive Waste as well as introduce and explain the Declare Program. The workshop will highlight successful examples of leading edge projects from around the globe - identifying innovative products and stories of how projects have been successful in changing the materials marketplace. This workshop is appropriate for anyone working in the building industry.

This workshop is approved for 4 AIA LU|HSW credits, 4 GBCI CEs, 4 IDCEC CEUs and 4 Living Future Accreditation hours.


Speakers
avatar for James Connelly

James Connelly

Living Product Challenge Director, International Living Future Institute
James is a green building professional with a broad range of industry experience from design and construction to research and advocacy. He is a graduate from the University of Washington with degrees in Architecture and International Studies. Prior to joining the Institute, James worked on green building projects at the Seattle offices of MulvannyG2 and GGLO. After a trip to Hong Kong in 2008 he became fascinated with the incredible pace in scale... Read More →


Wednesday May 11, 2016 8:00am - 12:00pm
Westin: Pike