“Figuring out how to best implement more holistic sustainability reporting is a work in progress, but we see life cycle assessment, chemical hazard assessment and supply chain transparency as part of the new normal for manufacturers in every sector.
The final question for companies everywhere remains: Will you contribute proactively to making new tools such as LEED v4 work for business, or will you simply react as these trends move into your sector?” –By Mikhail Davis and Melissa Vernon
1. Harnessing the power of transparency
2. Using LCA as a product differentiator
3. Responsible sourcing of (all) raw materials
4. Hazard-based ingredients reporting
- WPL Publishing to Host Webinar on LEED v4, the Next Version of LEED (prweb.com)
- Construction Specialties Applauds LEED v4 Criteria that Encourages Companies to Prioritize Material Health with Cradle to Cradle CertifiedCM Products (prweb.com)