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Living Future unConference

April 30 – May 3

Don’t miss this year’s Living Future unConference in Seattle. It’s the forum for leading minds in the green building movement to make strides toward a healthy future for all. ILFI’s focus this year on Collaboration + Abundance will allow the green community to bring our unique backgrounds, experiences, and personalities together to celebrate successes, brainstorm solutions, and work toward a living future. Celebrate 13 years of innovation and partake in out-of-the-ordinary sessions, listen to inspiring keynote speakers, and join the movement that starts at the unConference.

Booths are available for manufacturers to showcase your products and sustainability efforts. To find out more, access the reservation application. 

Discussion #2: Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Material Health in Affordable Housing: A Team Approach

5:30-6 p.m. refreshments and drinks served
6-7:30 p.m. speaking and then mingling 
General Admission: $25

Portland Materials Transparency Collaborative (PMTC) and Health Product Declaration Collaborative (HPDC) invite you to the “Material Health in Affordable Housing: A Team Approach” discussion in our continuing Discussion Series: Transparency and Material Health In Practice. Architecture and design professionals, contractors and owners will get practical answers to questions that you are likely to encounter as you take the next steps to integrate healthy materials practices into product selection and specification in your projects.

Upcoming In Discussion #2: Each building product and material used in construction has a direct impact on resident health and wellbeing.  The aggregation of these effects on an individual can be significant, especially when considering vulnerable populations, such as those served by Affordable Housing.  This discussion will bring together developers, advocates and researchers alike to discuss how the Affordable Housing industry may better serve human health in their project development process.  Where are the biggest opportunities and roadblocks?  What tools and research are available?  How do we come together to holistically create new partnerships and streamline the process for those selecting materials?

5:30-6 p.m.  mingle
6-7:30 speaking and then mingling 

WHERE:
Bora Architects
720 SW Washington St #800, Portland, OR 97205

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Amy Running  IIDA, Bora Architects
503 226 1575
running@bora.co