News | June 4th 2019

CBT Kicks Off Green Month

Every June, the CBT office transforms into an educational platform for sustainable initiatives. This year we’re focusing on air quality and its impact on design, our health, and ecological stability.

During Green Month, our staff, peers, and fellow colleagues are invited to learn more about what’s next in sustainable design through a series of educational programs, films, talks, and activities. 

June 4, 12pm–1pm
How Passive House Building Makes Energy Reduction and Indoor Air Quality Mutually Supportive Aims
Fred Gordon | President of Second Street Associates

June 6, 4pm
John C. Warner, PhD 
Chemist, Educator, Entrepreneur, and one of the founders of the field of green chemistry.  President and Chief Technology Officer, Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, LLC

June 11, 12pm–1pm
Ventilation Systems — How they help (or hurt) air quality in buildings
James Peterson | Principal, Petersen Engineering, Inc.

June 18, 12pm–1pm
Six Classes: A New Way to Eliminate Harmful Chemicals
Kathryn Rodgers | Silent Spring Institute

June 25, 12pm–1pm
Building Materials and the Air We Breathe
Monica Mattingly | NCIDQ, LEED AP, CBT

June 12, 11am–2pm
TransPLANTed Roaming Greenhouse

June 27, 4pm–5pm
ULI Charrette: Living with Heat

June 28, 8:30am–11am
Vendor Fair

Lunch and Learns
May 30, 12pm–1pm
The Economics of Biophilic Design
Janice Goodman | President and Owner, Cityscapes Inc.

June 6, 12pm–1pm
Identifying Healthier Building Materials
Lisa Carey Moore | Sr. Sustainability Analyst, Materially Better
Matt Root I Sr. Project Manager, Materially Better

June 13, 12pm–1pm
High Performance Gets Real
Oliver Klein | CPHC, M.Arch, 475 High Performance Building Supply

Film Screenings
June 10, 12pm
Biophilic Design: The Architecture of Life

June 17, 12pm
Merchants of Doubt

June 24, 12pm
The Devil we Know