There is a myriad of ecolabels, third-party certification programs and green building rating systems on the market—enough to make an architect's or designer's head spin. In this episode, we sit down with a few industry experts to discuss the tools and programs that are available to design professionals to help them reduce their environmental footprints in the battle against climate change. Guests Candon Murphy, Steven South and Pablo La Roche share insights, tools and best practices to help demystify the process of designing and specifying projects and products for the new climate reality we’re facing. Grab a notepad and get ready to take some notes as these well-versed design professionals share their insights and practical tips for bringing the big sustainability picture into much sharper focus.
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About Our Guests
Candon Murphy, LEED GA, sustainable building advisor, Perkins&Will's Dallas Studio
Candon expands her sustainable influence beyond the firm, offering her expertise to her community and organizations that seek to improve sustainable design. Candon brings a well-rounded set of knowledge to her projects, with an explorative and research-based process that is engaging, thoughtful, and communicative.
Pablo La Roche, principal and sustainable design director, CallisonRTKL
Steven South, LEED AP, NCIDQ, IIDA, Fitwel Ambassador, design director and senior associate, Spector Group