Join us for the online premiere of a new series of four-minute educational videos about the Six Classes of chemicals of concern. We’re proud to have collaborated on the making of these short info-videos with Green Science Policy Institute.
In three free webcasts, you’ll get the lowdown on chemicals used in building materials and how they affect our health and the environment. You’ll discover the benefits of investing in safer materials as well as what can be done to reduce exposures and harm. For this launch, each hour-long webcast will feature three short videos and a live conversation with distinguished scientists and thought leaders:
When: Thursdays June 22, June 29 and July 6
11am-12pm Pacific; 2-3pm Eastern; 8-9pm Central European
Where: Anywhere! The videos will be available to you online by registering here.
Celebrate the world premiere of the webcast series at our Summer Lunch + Learn!
If you’re in Manhattan, come watch of the first of the web-series with us. No RSVP needed! Ice cream will be served.
When: Thursday June 22, 2–3 pm
Where: Hirshon Suite (Room 205)
55 W 13th St, New York, NY 110011
Parsons School of Design, The New School
Increasing the adoption of healthier building products and practices can lead to a meaningful decrease of known harmful chemicals in buildings, positively impacting inhabitants’ health and well-being.
If we all work together we can reduce the use of harmful chemicals and improve health and the environment worldwide.
The series is brought to you by the Green Science Policy Institute, a nonprofit organization that provides unbiased scientific information to government, industry, and non-governmental organizations to facilitate more informed decision-making about chemicals used in everyday products in order to protect health and the environment worldwide.
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