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As our codes and policies are moving toward electrification, what are other decarbonization trends on the horizon and how are we evaluating these trends against building occupants and health? Construction material specifically – is one area of the real estate industry that is experiencing tremendous technological innovation in an effort to reduce its carbon footprint. Building materials – once overlooked in real estate’s sustainability efforts – are now being recognized as key to achieving net zero carbon emission and embodiment targets and delivering healthy places for tenants and communities.
In fact, an upcoming ULI report, The Material Movement: Creating Value with Better Building Materials, outlines the driving forces behind this shift and highlights key steps that developers and asset managers can take to mitigate their environmental impact and enhance health through building materials. Please click here: https://americas.uli.org/research/centers-initiatives/building-healthy-places-initiative/industry-buildings-community/bettermaterials/
Join a panel representing large institutional owners, architecture/design, construction, and engineering as they discuss the ways that construction’s carbon footprint is being reduced, from structural systems, to skin material and interior materials.