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Help Build What’s Next - Washington DC - Workshop Series for Sustainable Building Leadership, November 8, 1:30-4:30 pm

Allison Friedman MA, United States 0 Ratings 102 Discussions 131 Group posts

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Help Build What’s Next - Washington, DC
November 8, 1:30-4:30

25 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20001

Are you a Sustainable Building Leader, or... Do you Want to be?
Check out this promising workshop series, hosted by cradle2cradle, BuildingGreen, and google:

Built Positive workshops are for thought leaders in the built environment who want to take their practice to the next level. Each 3-hour interactive workshop is designed to help participants identify new opportunities to add value to their projects while bringing project values to life.

Together, we’ll explore design methodologies, material health programs, product and systems innovations, and a new definition of waste. Leading companies will reveal breakthroughs in their own work. And we’ll investigate and develop concepts for design, use, disassembly, and reuse that are fundamental to creating positive material flows and realizing positive outcomes for people, planet, and business.

Join us in person by registering for one of five national workshops. Or, sign up below to receive info on workshop webinars, as well as updates, content, and more.

Workshop and webinar participants will receive AIA, IDCEC, and GBCI continuing education credits.

Workshops facilitated by Nadav Malin, President & CEO, BuildingGreen.

To learn more and to register:



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