Join U.S. Green Building Council President and CEO, Peter Templeton, USGBC organizational and community leaders and LEED technical staff including Melissa Baker, senior vice president of LEED, for the next iteration of our LEED Convene and Connects. This session will explore the principles of The Future of LEED a blueprint for what the next version of LEED must do to continue to be the leadership standard for green building and community certification.
For almost three decades, LEED has challenged the status quo and pushed industries, governments and the private sector to change the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated. We also know that given the current reality of climate change and public health, LEED and our collective work to date has just scratched the surface of what we can—and need to achieve. LEED must meet the needs of an incredibly wide and diverse audience, while at the same time, never relenting in it's pursuit of market transformation.
With the direction and goals of future versions of LEED outlined in the Future of LEED, the next step is turning the principles into action. And we are just as committed to inclusion in this process as we were in working on the principles that underpin it.
As we explore strategies that will be featured in the next version of LEED, we invite you to join us to hear firsthand how project teams are reaching for the goals we know are so critical and to provide feedback on what that could look like when scaled for global use.
Join us. These conversations are ongoing, and it will take our collective knowledge, passion and commitment to achieve these goals. As leaders in your respective industries, your voice should be at the table, helping us shape the future so it continues to evolve and meet your needs.
Peter Templeton, President and CEO, USGBC
Melissa Baker, Senior Vice President, USGBC
Lauren Moss, SVP & Chief Sustainability Officer, Vornado
Scott Frank, Managing Partner, Jaros, Baum & Bolles
Ilana Judah, Associate Principal and Americas East Resilience Leader, Arup
Laurie Schoeman, Director, Climate & Sustainability, Capital, Enterprise Community Partnerships
Jonathan Flaherty, Global Head – Sustainability and Building Technology Innovation, Tishman Speyer
This event is offered in person; COVID-19 vaccinations and face masks are strongly encouraged for all visitors. Read our full Health and Safety Protocol here.
U.S. Green Building Council