Sign up for NCBPA’s Webinar Series Featuring CaraGreen


Need a helpful distraction? NCBPA is pleased to announce five FREE industry webinars taking place over the next two weeks that we hope will serve as a welcomed and beneficial distraction from your current day-to-day routine. The webinar series will include two of CaraGreen's AIA-approved CEU courses: Waste as a Resource, and Biophilic Design.


Biophilic Design - March 25 at 1 - 2:30pm

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Length: 60 minutes with Q&A
Credit: 1 LU | HSW Hour | GBCI
GBCI course number: 0920012244

Learn about the latest trend in interior design: Biophilic Design, which is the incorporation of natural elements using design techniques to improve the environment, employee well-being and productivity. This presentation is more than just theory, it offers case studies and data that back up this type of design and shows how retail, commercial, school, health and hospital buildings and employees can benefit substantially by incorporating the principles of biophilic design. From water features, daylighting, acoustic treatments, sounds and natural imagery to analogs of nature and elevated visual planes, the techniques and materials to invoke them are available for the next generation of design.

  •  What is Biophilic Design?
  •  How does Biophilic Design impact the interior environment?
  •  Understand how businesses can benefit from incorporating this type of design
  •  Learn how to differentiate your firm from others by using biophilic design
  •  Consider what types of products are available for biophilic design 


Waste as a Resource - April 1 at 1 - 2:30pm

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Length: 60 minutes with Q&A
Credit: 1 LU | HSW Hour

Description:  Green, sustainable, healthy. These words are being thrown around the building industry, becoming mundane and common place. What more can we do? First, we need to look at what we have done. We have created without consequence, designed without regard for our waste. Our world is increasingly becoming a landfill. Now what? We need to Create Better. By thinking of our waste as a resource, using our buildings to restore the environment, and by optimizing our designs to minimize our impact, we can restore the beauty of the natural world while continuing to prosper. This presentation details how to accomplish this and join the movement to Create Better.

  • Understand why we need to Create Better
  • Discover how waste can be a resource
  • Understand how the built environment can give back
  • Learn how to optimize designs to minimize environmental and health implications


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