FREE Webinar: Introduction to Sustainable Forestry Initiative and Green Building, July 8, 12pm EST

  • 8 July 2020
  • Start time : 12:00 PM
  • End time : 01:00 PM
Introduction to Sustainable Forestry Initiative and Green Building
Event Description

Architects and builders choose wood because it is a superior building material. Wood is a beautiful, renewable resource that is easy to work with. It also offers numerous environmental benefits. Using wood in green building projects supports many of the benefits offered by responsibly managed working forests, including clean air and water, biodiversity, habitat for wildlife, and employment for local communities. Now, a new LEED Alternative Compliance Path (ACP) for forest products will strengthen the positive impact of responsibly managed working forests in the construction sector. Learn how SFI Certification offers a new pathway for green building professionals.

  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Annie Perkins is Senior Director, Green Building and Supply Chain at Sustainable Forestry Initiative where the mission is to advance sustainability through forest-focused collaborations. Annie has spent the past 15 years working to advance sustainability and provide supply chain assurance. Her experience in product transparency, certifications, and circular economy, coupled with her passion to improve communities locally and globally, supports that mission.
  • Cost
    • FREE Event
  • Event type
    • Online/Webinar

Reply/Leave a Comment (You must be logged in to leave a comment)

Not a Member Yet? Register and Join the Community | Log in


Please be kind and respectful!
Every organization and everyone can submit to Rate It Green's green building calendar! Simply click register, verify your email address, and create a username and password. You can then decide if you'd like to engage more fully as a community member, but you'll be able to post events.

Please make sure to be respectful of the organizations and companies, and other Rate It Green members that make up our community. We welcome praise and advice and even criticism but all posted content and ratings should be constructive in nature. For guidance on what constitutes suitable content on the Rate It Green site, please refer to the User Agreement and Site Rules.

The opinions, comments, ratings and all content posted by member on the Rate It Green website are the comments and opinions of the individual members who posts them only and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies or policies of Rate It Green. Rate It Green Team Members will monitor posted content for unsuitable content, but we also ask for the participation of community members in helping to keep the site a comfortable and open public forum of ideas. Please email all questions and concerns to