GBRI and National Association of Students in Architecture (NASA), India proudly presents GBRI Climate Change Games – Season 2 as we embark on a journey with a panel of diverse speakers from India to better understand climate change, it’s causes, and impacts from the perspective of buildings and communities. Register Now
The architecture/engineering/construction (AEC)industry will experience a prolonged period of sustained expansion as construction activity in the infrastructure, technology, and housing sectors grow to meet the needs of society. This will lead to new and exciting opportunities for professionals at all levels.
In this session, Tracy Washington Enger (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) and Dr. Erika Eitland (Perkins& Will) will discuss the disproportionate impact of poor school building quality on low income and communities of color. By tailoring healthy design and operation strategies, we can work towards restorative justice on a community scale. Case studies will be shared …
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Interested in adding the new and impressive WELL AP credential to your resume? Let us help you earn a WELL AP Credential in as little as 5 weeks. Study with Jeslin Varghese, WELL Faculty is GBRI’s WELL AP V2 live online exam prep series starting April 28, 2022. 5 live sessions (90 minute each) will be …
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The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the critical role buildings play globally in providing and maintaining a conducive indoor environment to support health, safety and well-being of building occupants. As we emerge from one COVID-19 wave, and pass through another, its imperative that we arm our facilities with tools to stay healthy and resilient.
In this webinar, two experts from American Heart Association will talk about the importance of safe drinking water and how the proper policies can build a culture of health in our schools.
Because children spend so much time at school, having safe and appealing water available to them is critical. When children don’t have enough water to drink, their health and their cognitive performance may suffer. And, when water is not available, children tend to consume more sugary drinks, which are linked to chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease. All kids should have access to water at no charge in school.
Whether its teaching about energy efficiency, climate change or social equity – educators play a crucial role in molding children to be part of an ever-changing world. Empowered educators have proven to not only lead by an example but also lay the groundwork for the generational shift we need today. GBRI, an online sustainability education leader, is launching its certified sustainability teacher program for educators around the world.