How to make it work (sustainably)!

Wednesday, March 23, 2022 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

 

Are you continually looking for ways in which you and your work can contribute to the betterment of our planet and the environments we live and work in? 

 

Join us for an informative session presented by the International Living Future Institute on Wednesday, March 23rd at 12:00pm EST. They will share sustainability frameworks, how you can use them in your own practice and how we can engage our partners in the conversation. Let's work together to hold ourselves accountable to be good stewards for the future of our planet.

Please register in advance to obtain the zoom link for this free event.

 

About our speaker:

Ren DeCherney was born and raised in Juneau, Alaska. She went as far across the country as she could go to get her undergraduate degree at Smith College in Massachusetts, where she got a degree in Art History and French. She was an interior designer in Juneau for several years, working in a commercial firm and then a residential firm before getting a Masters in Interior Architecture from the University of Oregon.

After graduation she worked in Portland as a designer, where she took her firm PVC-free. She was then the Director of Industry Transparency at Source, where she implemented various features to help designers integrate sustainability criteria into their material selection and specification process. She’s quite possibly the only person who loves talking sustainability but doesn’t like being in nature itself.

More information on the Living Futures Institute can be found here.

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