15th Annual Living Future Event Focuses on Greenest Buildings for a Healthy Future

15th Annual Living Future Event Focuses on Greenest Buildings for a Healthy Future

Key Speakers Include Co-Founder of Beneficial State Bank Kat Taylor
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The 15th Annual Living Building Conference focuses on Inclusion, Unity, and Green Design. April 20-23, Online Everywhere. livingfutureconference.org

The 15th Annual Living Building Conference focuses on Inclusion, Unity, and Green Design. April 20-23, Online Everywhere. livingfutureconference.org

Thursday, March 11, 2021 - 1:00pm

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SEATTLE, March 11, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The world’s greenest developers, architects, and product designers will gather at Living Future 2021, the 15th annual conference hosted by the International Living Future Institute. At this crucial moment in history, the event will gather leaders to examine ways to stop climate change and address the structural inequities in the built environment. 

Kat Taylor, Co-Founder of Beneficial State Bank and Founding Director of TomKat Ranch Educational Foundation, will join the opening plenary to discuss deep systems change to build a more equitable and inclusive world.  The event - which will be April 20-23, 2021 - is for anyone working to make buildings, products, and companies more environmentally friendly and socially just.  Held virtually, participants from around the world attend the event. Already setting registration records, Living Future 2021 (LF21) will build on the unprecedented success of last year’s virtual conference.  The theme for this year’s event is “Inclusion + Unity,” reflecting the historic social changes underway around the world. Highlights of LF21 include the following:

  • Spanish-language sessions will dig into project examples from Latin America and elsewhere.
  • Living Product Expo will highlight the wide array of toxics-free products available for homes and businesses. Tickets for the Expo are only $20, so bring your whole team. 
  • Virtual tours of the world’s greenest buildings, including the PAE building (Portland, OR), the Santa Monica (CA) City Services Building, and more. 
  • Conference sessions will focus on decarbonizing buildings and products, equity, and unity to promote a just and inclusive transition to a climate-friendly future.
  • Special announcements on Earth Day 2021 (April 22) will celebrate progress in the fields of green building and sustainable products. 

Registration Now Open

Register today to receive the best pricing. 

Media Credentials Available

Journalists can receive free media credentials. Please email media@living-future.org for more information. 

Visit the Event Website to Learn More.

Confirmed Presenters and Speakers Include:

Tania Kadakia, DL3 Realty - Kathy Wardle, Perkins + Will - Victor Montero-Dien, Regenerative Built Environment Institute - Heidi de Cienfuegos, B100 arquitectos - Leslie Maynard, YGH Architecture - Laura Zapata, Bonneville Environmental Foundation - Tom Bruton, Green Science Policy Institute - Jeanie Lai, Bora Architects - Juan Casillas Pintor, Universidad Iberoamericana, Ciudad de México - Juan Rovalo, Biohabitats, Inc. - Jordan Sullivan, Sustainable Living Innovations - José María Wilford Nava Townsend - Armando Turrent, Development and Ecology - Maryangel Garcia Ramos Guadiana, Tecnológico de Monterrey + Mexican Women With Disabilities Founder - Ericka Colvin, Yost Grube Hall Architecture - Alexandra Ramsden, Rushing - Alan Booker, Institute of Regenerative Design - Amy Hubbard, Capire Consulting Group - Ruchi Shah, Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation - Rebecca Ocken, Portland Community College - Arlene Blum, Green Science Policy Institute - Dana Clare Redden, Solar Concierge - Joshua Gassman, Lord Aeck Sargent A Katerra Company - Carola Báez Pedrjao Aguilar, Cold Press News - Elizabeth Calabrese, Calabrese Architects, Inc - Jesica Amescua Carrera, UNAM - Myer Harrell, Rushing - Emi LaFountain, Turner Construction - Kelly Worden, US Green Building Council - Mark Perepelitza, SERA Architects - Pedro Gómez Gallardo, Desarrollo y Ecología SA de CV - Rebecca Stamm, Healthy Building Network - Joella Hogan, NNDFN - Elizabeth Torres Rodriguez, SEUS | Sostenibilidad Universal - Marcus Briggs-Cloud, Maskoke Tribe - James Connelly, My Green Lab - Dave Bennink, Building Deconstruction Institute /Re-Use Consulting - Susan King, HED (Harley Ellis Devereaux) - Lola Ben-Alon, Carnegie Mellon University +  Columbia University - Luis Huerta, Sustainable Design Consulting - Vedette Gavin, Verge Impact Partners - Isaac Barrow, Portland General Electric - Aaron Keeler, Greystar - Nathan Miller, Rushing - Tre Borden, Tre Borden, Co. - Chaun MacQueen, Bonneville Environmental Foundation - Martin Gutierrez, Development and Ecology - Christina Congdon, Environmental Works Community Design Center - Pallavi Mantha, Arup - Elizabeth Carmichael, ECOhous - Jose Almiñana, Andropogon Associates - Pilar Álvarez, Universidad Iberoamericana, Ciudad de México - Billy Krimmel, Miridae Landscape - Amy Donohue, Bora Architects - Jenelle Shapiro, Webcor Builders - Mark Chen, Skanska - Shiloh Butterworth, PAE Engineers - Jesce Walz, Perkins + Will - Dr. Daniela Muñoz, CIFRO, the Center of Research and Philosophy & ioio.mx - Jen Jackson, San Francisco Department of the Environment - Mallory Taub, Gensler - Dirk Kestner, Walter P Moore - Roberto Valle Kinloch, Healthy Building Network - Seth Rojello Fernandez, Green Science Policy Institute - Christie Gamble, CarbonCure Technologies - Bryan Lee, Colloqate - Jonathan Orpin, Pioneer Millworks - Erika Winters-Downey, McCownGordon Construction - Marshall Andrews, DPR Construction - Vivian Loftness, Carnegie Mellon University, Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics - Karina Hershberg, PAE - Alissa Kingsley, Lord Aeck Sargent - Mike Harrington, The New School / Tishman Environment and Design Center - Alejandra Arce Gomez, GCI General Contractors - Joanne Carter-Wells, California State University, Fullerton - Manuela Londono, Perkins + Will - José María Nava Townsend, Universidad Iberoamericana, Ciudad de México - Marc Brune, PAE - Suzie Wiest, Village Nurseries - Esteban Martinez Lozada, Green Loop - María Fernanda Aguirre, Chile Green building Council - Lydia Gaby, HR&A Advisors, Inc. - Julie de Jesus, David Baker Architects - Mauricio López, Origen Ingeniería Sismorresistente - Erin English, Biohabitats - Andrew Ellsworth, Doors Unhinged, LLC - Jessie Buckmaster, Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Company - Alicia Silva Villanueva, Revitaliza Consultores - Heather Henriksen, Harvard Office of Sustainability - Jeremy Knoll, BNIM - Alanna Quock, Regenative Design - Tiffany Tang, Capire Consulting Group - Yarden Harari, CallisonRTKL Inc.

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