Lent has 35 years of experience in environmental analysis primarily
focused on healthy and resource-efficient building technologies and the
health, environmental, and social impact of buildings, materials, and
energy. He helped coordinate development of the Healthy Building
Network’s Pharos Project, the Health Product Declaration, the Green
Guidelines for Health Care (GGHC), LEED for Healthcare, and the
Sustainable Bioplastic Guidelines and sits on a variety of other
standard-setting committees for indoor air quality, green chemistry, and
healthy building design. Lent has co-authored a wide range of studies
of the comparative health and environmental impact of building materials
and speaks nationally on these topics. Lent has been honored with the
EPA's Region IX Environmental Award for Outstanding Achievement and the
U.S. Green Building Council National Leadership in Advocacy Award for
his work transforming the building materials market.
Do you know what's in the products you're specifying? In the fifth webinar of our Vision 2020 series, we look at what's driving the growing call for material transparency and how it may influence your design processes.