This e-newsletter brings you the latest information and resources on biophilic design, the industry, and GPGB updates.
Jan Goodman, GPGB Board President and Owner and President of Cityscapes Inc.along with Erica Weeks, Associate Principal and Director of Sustainability with Hastings Architecture, LLC, will present on Attracting and Retraining Tenants with Biophilic Design on behalf of GPGB at BOMA 2023
June 24 – 27
Kansas City, Missouri
The BOMA International Conference & Expo (Building Owners and Managers Association) is an opportunity to learn from and network with your industry peers. Commercial real estate continues to evolve as buildings become smarter and the way people work shifts. Update your knowledge for the year ahead and discover innovations and opportunities that will help you further your career—all while engaging with the best network in the business.
Featuring Jan Goodman, GPGB Board President and Owner and President of Cityscapes Inc. will be speaking on behalf of Green Plants for Green Buildings at Cultivate’23. Join them for THE GREEN INDUSTRY’S MUST-ATTEND EVENT
NEW GPGB Enhanced Supporter Levels
and Benefits Coming in June
We are people with plants, making life better.
Green Plants for Green Buildings exists to provide resources for design and office professionals to communicate the aesthetic, well-being, and economic benefits of nature in the built environment. As a Supporter of GPGB, you help make this possible! You have taken a step in supporting the benefits of nature!
Your knowledge of nature and being able to explain and incorporate biophilic design into the built environment is critical. We now have an ROI Calculator that will help you tell your story.
Green Plants for Green Buildings is committed to helping you create a functional and appealing space for you and your clients. Gain the knowledge you need to confidently add nature to your next project and help your clients reap the benefits of incorporating nature into their built environment by utilizing our Resource Library with a wealth of peer reviewed research and articles.
Adding nature to your next project has a wide variety of benefits. From increasing property value to improved productivity and wellness for employees, the benefits of nature add up to a big win for you and your clients!
Volunteers are what make GPGB a success! Supporters are encouraged to get more involved by volunteering to share their expertise and experience on a committee, on the Board or on the Executive Committee. It’s a great opportunity to meet others in the professional biophilic community!
What can GPGB do to have more of a positive impact throughout the biophilic industry? We have created new enhanced levels to support our Supporters! This is your first look at what’s to come! The new enhanced levels and added supporter benefits will be available by the end of June, so stay tuned!
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Committee Members Wanted
GPGB depends on the work of volunteers to carry out our strategic initiatives and fulfill our mission. Serving on a committee is a rewarding experience and an opportunity for personal and professional growth. If you can make a minimum two-year commitment, the industry needs people like YOU! We are actively looking for committee members who are passionate about biophilia.
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Education & Professional Development
All are driven by our Strategic Plan. Interested in a committee? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a committee nomination form.