Webcasts Focus on Role of Buildings, Communities and Organizations to Respond to Today's Global Health Challenges
With the gravity of the situation regarding COVID-19, today, more than ever, the spaces where we spend our time play a role in the future of protecting our families, our businesses and the public at large. Join IWBI and the WELL community for an array of virtual panels and discussions surrounding the importance of better buildings, more vibrant communities and stronger organizations.
September 24 at 12:00pm ET and 8:00pm ET: Let’s celebrate: WELL v2 is here
With WELL as our vehicle, IWBI helps to translate what we know into what we practice. We aspire to transform buildings and organizations in ways that advance health and well-being to help people thrive. Since launching WELL v2 into pilot in 2018, we’ve worked to incorporate feedback from thousands of members of our global community to make certain no stone was left unturned, no strategy left unexamined and no topic left untested. Now it’s official, WELL v2 is here! From evidence-based enhancements to programmatic updates, join our team of experts for a deep dive into our most relevant, scalable and globally applicable rating system to date.
September 22 at 12:00pm ET: Rethinking Real Estate: A Look at What Decarbonization & Wellness Mean in the Age of COVID
The Climate Mobilization Act, a pivotal driver in decarbonizing major urban centers, is running into new complications as the industry grapples with public health concerns. Tenant health and wellness have also become central to building blueprints. Learn how the industry's most influential leaders are tackling new safety and health concerns, enhancing building wellness attributes and what decarbonization mandates mean for long-term building plans as new safety measures are integrated.
September 23 at 3:30am ET: New Approaches To Air And Water
Join Metropolis on September 23 at 3:30 PM EDT for a CEU accredited, live webinar on New Approaches to Air and Water. Indoor air quality and HVAC are emerging as key priorities in the fight against both climate change and the global pandemic, in different ways. Meanwhile, sea level rise, depleting of potable water resources, and lack of access to clean water are huge problems around the world. In a time of health challenges, natural disasters, and changing climate, can we rethink how we clean, protect, and share our essential resources?