Table Top Discussions
During the breakfast there is an opportunity to discuss the issues around the top of the Human Health Agenda. To maximize your experience at the breakfast, please review the questions below and come with your ideas!
Because of a rise in preventable chronic diseases, air pollution from developing and developed economies, natural disasters not only killing thousands but decimating entire social fabrics of many established communities, along with a growing global demand for a higher quality of life it is time for USGBC to reinforce its concern about human health, and continue to improve human health in the built environment.
- What is the single most important health aspect buildings should seek to address? From a design standpoint, from a building standpoint, from a community standpoint.
- How do we as green building champions, see the built environment as being a catalyst for the human health agenda?
- What the intersection between health, economics, and human element, and how to come together to advance healthier cities, communities, and people?
- What unique point of view can women bring to the table on the discussion of this subject?