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November/December 2017
Sustainability News and Views Newsletter


Valentina brings extensive expertise in developing decision analysis tools for life cycle assessments (LCA), and hands-on experience in the Sustainable Return on Investment (S-ROI) assessment methodologyNew Senior Analyst Valentina Prado, PhD, Brings International Background, Expertise in LCA, Sustainable-ROI

We are delighted to welcome Valentina Prado to her role as EarthShift Global’s newest Senior Analyst. Her distinguished international research background and hands-on experience make her an extremely valuable addition to our team, and a great resource for our clients.

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Engagement and Opportunity with Innovative Mainers at
E2Tech Expo ‘17

colleagues collaborate, do a fist bumpEarthShift Global colleagues share a sense of enthusiasm about the work Mainers are doing, and we look forward to partnering with our neighbors to find solutions to the complex problems that face our state, country and planet.

One good example came when State Representative Martin Grohman opened his intriguing talk on innovation policy by saying, “Today we’re going to talk about goals, ducks, big solar and collaboration.”

Check out the complete list of all the expo event highlights including relevant links on our Blog #ShiftTheEarth, by following the link below.

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"Five Captains of the Sustainability Team . . ." Guide Commercial Contractors on How to Maximize Sustainability Efforts at Every Level

Lise Laurin CEO and Founder of EarthShift and EarthShift Global.Lise Laurin (recently honored with the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Center for Life Cycle Assessment) was selected by ACHR NEWS as one of five sustainability team captains. The captains offered advice on how HVAC commercial contractors can achieve their sustainability goals as well as influence the POV of all stakeholders such as architects, developers, HVAC system engineers, building owners, managers and tenants, in doing something good for their business, clients and the community.

Here are the four other sustainability captains in the article that also shared valuable tips and appeared in "The NEWS":

Follow the link below to learn about the first certification for facility managers who are working in sustainable buildings: Sustainability Facility Professional® (SFP).

Read The Full Story and Share the Many Tips the Captains of Sustainability Featured in The ACHR NEWS Article:

Captains of the Sustainability Team
Major Stakeholders Explain How Contractors Can Help Them Achieve Their Sustainability Goals

by Ron Rajecki, Editor — Published 11/13/2017
Ron Rajecki, an editor with more than 20 years of experience covering the HVAC industry, is the refrigeration editor of The NEWS. Rajecki has received numerous awards for his writing and editing, including two Jesse H. Neal certificates for editorial excellence.


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December 6-7, 2017 - Practical Life Cycle Assessment with EarthSmart - 10:00 am to 1:00 pm EST (15:00-18:00 UTC)

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