Going green with building certifications like LEED, WELL, and Energy Star can be a significant step towards reaching net zero carbon emission goals, but ESD, now Stantec Energy Engineer Matthew Zweibruck says don’t stop there. (Learn more about the FacilitiesNet summit.)
Training can help people understand topics better and use knowledge gained to improve lives.
Tim Zelazny will be attending Diversity & Inclusion Training with the Illinois Green Alliance in Chicago on Saturday, June 23. Zelazny’s volunteer work with Illinois Green Alliance (previously USGBC IL) has spanned from educating tenants at a local housing complex on sustainability and wellness to his continuous engagement on carbon reduction with the City of Chicago as Co-Vice President of Passive House Alliance Chicago.
Goals of the training include:
- Gain a deeper understanding of power, privilege and oppression – specifically focusing on racism and gender-based oppression
- Assess and practice strategies for building respectful and resilient relationships with community partners across lines of difference
- Begin to create a strong organizational culture and plan for how the workshop’s learnings will carry forward into the life and work of the organization