March 2021: Sharing Biophilia on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter
This month, we have added a new white paper from GPGB board member Jim Mumford and his colleagues in the Silverado Roundtable. “The Nature of the Post-Pandemic Workplace” summarizes key findings from recent surveys and research, and contains new infographics. You can find it here.
We’re sharing links to biophilia-related posts on GPGB’s Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages. Please enjoy reading and sharing this information with your communities and clients.
To grow the demand for access to nature in the built environment we request a Retweet, Favorite, or Regram from each of you.
Need help figuring out how to Regram? Here’s a helpful guide.
Help spread the word and #BringNatureIndoors!
Finding Shared Value in Property: A Bold Response to the Next Generation of Responsible Development
By developing the knowledge to make improved environmental performance more commercially rewarding, we can achieve lasting change at a much faster pace. Read More & Retweet!
How Buildings Can Make Us Better
GPGB board member, Sonja Bochart, IIDA, inspired TEDx attendees w/ her story of how she became involved with creating buildings that nurture human wellbeing and the impact those buildings have on creating healthier communities. Watch & Retweet!
Biophilic Design for the Workplace
“Designs that focus on the wellness of occupants are emerging, and are likely here to stay due to people shifting their concerns to being physically, and emotionally healthy inside and outside the workplace.” Read More & Repost!
Biophilia in Architecture: Nature Indoors and Outdoors
The guiding principle of #biophilia is simple: connect people with nature to improve their well-being and quality of life. How can architecture do that? Check out these projects that explore biophilia indoors and outdoors: Read More & Repost!
Add #BringNatureIndoors to your posts and GPGB will re-post it for you on our Instagram page.
The tallest known living wall done with hydro plants.
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Everything we accomplish happens because people like you are stepping forward and supporting GPGB’s focus on having conversations with the building professionals who can #BringNatureIndoors.
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