24-25 March 2020: Greenbuild Europe - Dublin

When: Monday-Thursday, 23-26 March 2020

Where: Croke Park, Dublin 

Register before 19 February to receive the early-bird rate. Complete your registration here using the code C2C2020.  

Understanding circular products -- especially what they’re made of and their potential impact when reprocessed -- is key to successfully transitioning from linear take-make-waste building systems into models that enable greater cycling of materials. Join our upcoming Greenbuild Europe workshop, Real-World Strategies for Prioritizing Safe and Circular Materials, to learn how to apply tools and frameworks for smarter materials choices that can help achieve project goals for material health and circularity, including the latest LEED v4.1 and WELL v2 requirements. 

Led by Institute Vice President of Strategy and Development Dr. Christina Raab, the workshop will feature first-hand experiences and insights shared by Dorien van der Weele - Royal Mosa sustainability manager;  Philip Ivey - Milliken Flooring strategic sustainability leader; Eszter A Gulácsy - Mott MacDonald technical director - sustainability and healthy buildings, and independent sustainability and strategy consultant Henning Bloech - Sustaineer Consulting.

Held by the US Green Building Council (USGBC) and Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI), Greenbuild Europe is the premier event in Europe for green building and sustainability professionals. The event unites architects, engineers, contractors, sustainability leaders and more to discuss industry trends, new research, emerging technologies and the future of green buildings, cities and communities.  This year’s conference will provide attendees with exceptional opportunities for engagement and growth including: 

  • Inspiring keynote speeches from experts and influencers, including Frank McDonald, author and former Irish Times environment journalist and editor, and Mahesh Ramanujam, president and CEO of USGBC 
  • Dozens of education sessions and interactive workshops where participants can learn about safe building materials, using LEED to drive climate action, net zero, performance-based building measurements, climate change,  resilience, social equity, and public health
  • USGBC’s signature Women in Green event featuring discussions with leading their fields
  • Tours highlighting some of the most sustainable spaces across Dublin

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