LEED Success Strategies Session 2: Indoor Air Quality, CO2 Monitoring, & LEED

On Demand

 Credits: This webinar will be submitted for continuing education through AIA/CES, BOMI, and IFMA. This webinar will satisfy GBCI credential maintenance requirements for LEED Professionals: 1.5 hours.




Premium Paid Series:
Each webinar costs $100/site for USGBC members and $120/site for non-members.


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Interested in understanding successful strategies for improving indoor air quality and increasing energy efficiency – through CO2 monitor use? This webinar is the second in our “Strategies for Success in LEED” series, designed to teach individuals about strategies useful in meeting LEED requirements in various credit categories. Join us as USGBC staff and experts in the field give you the information and resources necessary to:




Learning Objectives

What you will gain from attending this webinar:


  • Understand the importance of CO2 monitoring in building projects
  • Identify the LEED requirements related to improving indoor air quality (IAQ) through CO2 monitoring
  • Explore strategies useful in meeting LEED requirements related to CO2 monitoring




Christopher Schaffner is a Principal with The Green Engineer, a sustainable design consulting firm. A mechanical engineer by training, Chris is responsible for designing a range of building services systems , and for facilitating sustainable design across all trades within his projects. He is passionate about the role of the design community in protecting the environment and believes that good design must be sustainable.


Chris is a member of the USGBC’s LEED Faculty. In this role he provides training to other design professionals on the LEED Rating System. He is also amember of the LEED-NC Core Committee, and sits on the LEED IEQ TAG. Chris teaches Sustainable Design and Building Technology at the Boston Architectural Center, and the Ben Franklin Institute of Technology. He also speaks frequently at conferences on the issues of sustainable design, energy efficiency, and high performance buildings. In addition, Chris serves as a member of the Massachusetts Renewable Energy Trust Fund Green Building Advisory Committee, and served on Boston's Green Building Task Force Advisory Committee.




Miranda Gardiner, USGBC