Conversation Series:
New Perspectives on Health & Well-being

Beginning June 9th, our community has been coming together for a series of early morning conversations about new perspectives on health & well-being. Each discussion is led by experts who dive deep into one aspect of health and well-being in the built environment with a sustainability overlay. As we adapt our built environment to address virus mitigation, we must ensure that the solutions are sustainable. We are stronger and wiser together. Please add your voice to the conversation.

Our goal is to summarize the conversations in a series of brief white papers that will help inform the building industry.

How Sustainable Are COVID-19 Mitigation Strategies for Buildings?

Join us on August 18th for the conclusion to our conversation series New Perspectives on Health & Well-being which features a discussion between Dr. Joseph G. Allen (Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health) and the series’ building industry experts. 

Dr. Allen will begin with an introductory 15-minute presentation to set the stage for over an hour of discussion with the previous presenters and the building engineering and design community at large. Please join us as we debate the merits of various COVID-19 mitigation strategies, their sustainability impacts, and suggestions for moving forward addressing health and sustainability in the built environment.

Past & Ongoing Conversation Series

How Sustainable Are COVID-19 Mitigation Strategies for Buildings? 8/18

Cleaning Practices – 7/28

Antimicrobials – 7/21

Air Monitoring – 7/14

UV Light – 7/7

Pressurization – 6/30

Humidity Control – 6/23

Fresh Air – 6/16

Air Filtration – 6/9

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