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This course is presented in an ARTICLE format. Take a deep breath. The air we breathe is not something that we often think about, but air quality has a profound impact on our daily lives.
Because we spend so much time indoors, it is critical to know how these indoor environments affect us, and therefore the last several decades have seen a proliferation of research on the topic. Join us as we at why indoor air quality is important to building occupants.
What yo will learn
Recognize specific ways that indoor air quality effects the health, well-being, and productivity of building occupants
Identify opportunities to improve building air quality through design and construction interventions
Describe LEED credits in the ID+C rating system that relate to indoor air quality
Identify specific interventions that will have the greatest impact on indoor air quality and LEED credits.