Buy Local Buy Healthy
Building Clean 2019 was a summit that looked at the power of procurement in the built environment to bring better health, jobs, and equity to communities.
Below are the main stage panels and workshops with the name of a speaker if s/he also gave Building Clean a presentation to link to:
An Engaged Public: Setting the Stage on Public Opinion
- Jonathan Voss, Vice President, Lake Research Partners (Presentation)
Opening Panel: Why Buying Local and Buying Healthy Is Crucial
- Erica Swinney Staley, Executive Director, Manufacturing Renaissance (Presentation)
- Gabriel Wilcox, Associate Principal, Farr Associates (Presentation)
Build It Clean and They Will Come: Pathways to Follow on Your Quest for Your Project to Contribute to a More Sustainable Community.
- Laurel Kruke, Program Manager, Illinois Green Alliance (Presentation)
- Rebecca Meuninck, Deputy Director, Ecology Center (Presentation)
A Clean Build of Health: Finding Safer Products Without a Degree in Toxicology.
- Tristan Roberts, Technical and Education Director, HPD Collaborative (Presentation)
- Jennifer Smith, Sustainability Development Leader, Milliken (Presentation)
- William Paddock, Founder & Managing Director, WAP Sustainability Consulting (Presentation)
A Toolbox for Actionable Procurement Policies: Where You can Turn for Help in Meeting Local and Healthier Goals.
- Dana Parker, National Program Manager, Building Clean (Presentation)
- Richard Kingston, Vice President Sustainability, HPN Select, Housing Partnership Network (Presentation1 Presentation2)
Utilities Power Buy Local Buy Healthy Initiatives: How and Why Utilities are Marrying Energy Efficiency with Local and Healthy Principles.
- Christine Gerbode, Public Health Analyst, Health and Environment, ACEEE (Presentation)
- Amy Glapinski, Commercial and Industrial Specialty & Multifamily Senior Program Manager, Consumer’s Energy (Presentation)
Building Up Underserved Communities: How to Ensure that the Clean Energy Economy Brings its Benefits to Low-Income Communities.
It’s Not So Academic: Understanding the Learning Curve in Making New Procurement Commitments.