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Free Webinar: Material Disclosure Miniseries, Part 1: Understanding C2C Certified®, April 6, 11 am

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

This 3-part series will introduce several of the leading material ingredient disclosure programs (C2C, HPD, Declare) helping AECOs and MFRs make better decisions about materials used in products and projects. While the d… more...

0 replies | 825 views | Posted on: 03/28/2022 | Last updated: 03/28/2022

Webinar: The Benefits of Selecting Healthier Building Products, August 27, 12:30 pm, Australia EST

Healthy Building,Healthy Building Materials

by Global GreenTag International Pty Ltd & Global GreenTag LLC (USA)

Everyone at the beginning of 2020 knew it was going to be a big year but nobody expected the impacts that came with COVID 19 to bring the topic of human health starkly into focus.  For the building industry, this onus on health has … more...

0 replies | 754 views | Posted on: 08/24/2020 | Last updated: 03/25/2022

Online Workshop: Modern Slavery in Australia: How it Impacts Your Specifications, and How to Simplify Reporting, March 25, 6pm ACT

Australia,Supply Chain,Global GreenTag,Modern Slavery,Human Rights

by Global GreenTag International Pty Ltd & Global GreenTag LLC (USA)

In this live workshop on Facebook, hosted by the GWA Group and Caroma, Global GreenTag’s Program Director and CEO David Baggs will be advising professionals to help manage product specifications and supply chain reporting now that Mod… more...

0 replies | 720 views | Posted on: 03/22/2021 | Last updated: 03/25/2022

Free Webinar: Comparing the Residential Green Building Certification Programs, December 15, 12 - 2 pm, EST

Green Building Certifications

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

What is the difference between the main programs and which should you use? Residential Green Building Certifications are great tools you can use to make sure your next project meets the 5 pillars of green building: Energy | Health | M… more...

0 replies | 1905 views | Posted on: 11/17/2021 | Last updated: 12/14/2021

An Introduction to NGBS Green, Green Certification for Existing Buildings, Free Webinar, January 19, 12-1pm EST

AprilAire,National Green Building Standard - NGBS,NGBS

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

Existing multifamily and mixed-use buildings can use the ICC-700 National Green Building Standard (NGBS) to earn green certification when the buildings are renovated to be more sustainable and efficient. The NGBS accommodates building renov… more...

0 replies | 1833 views | Posted on: 12/13/2021 | Last updated: 12/13/2021

LEED Residential in the Mid Atlantic Region, December 15, 10:30-12 PM EST

Green Building,LEED,Multi-Family Housing,Single Family Homes,healthy living,Residential Buildings

by Richard Minasian Student

In its second generation, the USGBC is guided by four pillars: sustainability, resiliency, health, and equity. USGBC remains committed to a sustainable and equitable world. Now more than ever it is important that we examine programming… more...

  Filed under: LEED (USGBC)

0 replies | 1205 views | Posted on: 11/19/2021 | Last updated: 11/20/2021

Passive House Primer, September 8, 1-2 PM EDT

Construction,Passive House,High Performance

by Richard Minasian Student

BE-Ex’s Passive House Primer is an engaging, one-hour seminar on Passive House fundamentals and their application in the real estate market. Available as a free session at the Building Energy Exchange, the Primer is ideal fo… more...

  Filed under: Passive House

0 replies | 1447 views | Posted on: 08/25/2021 | Last updated: 08/26/2021

Announcing: On-Demand Passive House Training for All, by NAPHN and BEEx

Passive House Training

by North American Passive House Network (NAPHN)

This summer, North American Passive House Network (NAPHN) and Building Energy Exchange (BE-Ex) announced the launch of a new, coordinated on-demand Passive House training pathway for all those people even a tiny bit interested in the Passiv… more...

  Filed under: Passive House

0 replies | 3028 views | Posted on: 08/13/2021 | Last updated: 08/13/2021

Free Webinar: USGBC-Los Angeles- Overview of Wellness Certifications, July 23, 12pm PST


by Ashley Freeman

Join us for an overview of the WELL and Fitwel Certifications to better understand how wellness frameworks can be applied to your project and/or portfolio. We'll also review the approach to earning the widely recognized WELL AP and Fitw… more...

0 replies | 1678 views | Posted on: 06/22/2021 | Last updated: 06/23/2021

NAPHN’s Certified Passive House Designer/Consultant (CPHD) Training, June 16-18 & 24-25, Online

by Allison Friedman Rate It Green Admin

NAPHN's core Passive House training is appropriate for a wide range of building professionals and stakeholders who want to know the guts of what makes Passive House tick and build a foundation of Passive House knowledge. Stude… more...

  Filed under: Passive House

0 replies | 1048 views | Posted on: 06/08/2021 | Last updated: 06/08/2021

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