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SMUD Living Future Project Accelerator: CLASS THREE

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Woodland Community College

Community Room in Building 800

Woodland, CA 95776

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This three-hour class, taught by Brad Liljequist, the International Living Future Institute's Director of Zero Energy, will be in depth review of the Living Building Challenge Materials and Water Petals, including case studies and technologies. A companion tour of the Mutual Housing at Spring Lake community (pursuing zero energy performance) in Woodland may be registered for separately. This class is provided as part of SMUD's Living Future Project Accelerator.

Learning Objectives

  1. Describe the conceptual framework and requirements of the Living Building Challenge Water Petal
  2. Describe the conceptual framework and requirements of the Living Building Challenge Materials Petal
  3. Explain key technologies used in projects achieving the Living Building Challenge Water Petal
  4. Understand Declare building materials ingredients label elements

Continuing Education

This class is approved for the following continuing education credits:

  • 3 LFA (Living Future Accreditation) hours
  • 3 AIA LU|HSW



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How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Email us at education@living-future.org.

Will there be a waitlist if the event is sold out?

Yes.



ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL LIVING FUTURE INSTITUTE

The International Living Future Institute is an inspiring hub for visionary programs. Our mission is to lead and support the transformation toward communities that are socially just, culturally rich and ecologically restorative. Composed of leading green building experts and thought-leaders, the Institute is premised on the belief that providing a compelling vision for the future is a fundamental requirement for reconciling humanity’s relationship with the natural world. The Institute runs the Living Building Challenge, Living Community Challenge, Living Product Challenge, Net Zero Energy Certification, the Cascadia Green Building Council, Ecotone Publishing, Declare, JUST and other leading-edge programs. A global network of more than 400 volunteers across nearly 30 countries drive the local adoption of restorative principles in their communities.

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Woodland Community College

Community Room in Building 800

Woodland, CA 95776

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