Living Future Institute

Declare Chemical Transparency Program Released in European Building Market

The nutrition label for products expands into Europe for manufacturers, architects and designers
Press Release

BOLZANO, Italy, January 24, 2019 /3BL Media/ - The International Living Future Institute (ILFI) and Living Future Europe Initiative (LFEI) announce the release of a new edition of the Declare product transparency label for the European building and manufacturer market. The Declare Europe launch is taking place in Bolzano during the 2019 Klimahouse conference, which is focused on the exchange of ideas, innovations and insights on the latest trends in the energy-efficiency and sustainable construction sector.

Mohawk Group Video | Light Lab: Living the Living Building Challenge™

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Mohawk Group creates products that help other companies and organizations achieve the Living Building Challenge™ certification, one of the most rigorous and aspirational sustainability and product transparency goals in the industry. Learn how Mohawk Group brought itself to a more strategic place in the sustainability movement by pursuing the Living Building Challenge during the renovation of the Light Lab Design Center.

Learn more about the Mohawk Group Light Lab Design Center.

A Visit to a Treehouse in the Carpet Capital

by Pete May
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Dalton [Georgia], the "Carpet Capital of the World," sits in the center of Whitfield County, home to more than 150 carpet factories employing more than 30,000 people — roughly equal to the population of Dalton itself — including companies such as Mohawk and Shaw. More than 90 percent of the carpet produced in the world today is made within a 65-mile radius of the city.

Second Annual Living Product Expo Opens Today in Pittsburgh

Provocative Conversation About Next Generation Product Manufacturing in the Heart of U.S. Steel Belt
Press Release

September 13, 2016 ​/3BL Media/ - Can we grow rather than manufacture materials? Why does a labor union care about green and regenerative manufacturing? How are 3D printing and the circular economy revolutionizing our currently industrial economy? These questions and other provocative topics are on the table at the second annual Living Product EXPO, hosted by the International Living Future Institute this week, in the heart of America’s steel belt, Pittsburgh. For more information, visit the /3BL Media/Can we grow rather than manufacture materials?

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