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Built for Health: Air Quality

GBCI: 0920015255

The Built for Health podcast series brings together public health professionals and AEC practitioners for deep dives into topics related to human health in the built environment.
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Published on: January 10, 2018

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Join Flavia Grey, former Schneider Fellow and Ph.D. candidate at Stanford University specializing in the dynamic interaction between occupant well-being and building sustainability, as she brings together public health professionals and AEC practitioners to discuss how to design, build and operate healthier buildings.

In Episode 1, Flavia connects with Adhamina Rodriguez, founder and CEO of AR Green Consulting, and Dr. John Spengler, Akira Yamaguchi Professor of Environmental Health and Human Habitation at the Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health to discuss topics related to air quality. Touching on everything from ventilation, to moisture management, to material toxicity, and more.

The podcast file is available in the Available Resources section to the right.

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Objectives

  1. Explain the positive and negative health outcomes connected to air quality.
  2. Describe best practices to address air quality in buildings.
  3. Discuss issues of critical importance to human health in relation to air quality.
  4. Describe the role that codes and standards play in providing healthy air for occupants.
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Washington, DC
United States

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    Adhamina Rodriguez made 2 contributions in the last 6 months

Adhamina Rodriguez

Founder and CEO
John Spengler, Ph.D.
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