DIF ON DEMAND How Google Sees Circularity and Human Health Working Together in the Built Environment

  • Add to Calendar 16/11/2017 19:00 16/11/2017 19:40 Europe/London How Google Sees Circularity and Human Health Working Together in the Built Environment - DIF 2017 Online at thinkdif.co Ellen MacArthur Foundation no-reply@ellenmacarthurfoundation.org false DD/MM/YYYY

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Since 2010 Google's Real Estate and Workplace Services Team has been working toward market transformation of the building product industry to optimise for Human Health. Join this session to hear the latest on this quiet moonshot and how Google sees circularity and human health working together.

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Robin Bass

Robin Bass works in the Real Estate and Workplace Services group at Google. Her team is responsible for delivering health and sustainability outcomes for Google's global real estate portfolio (over 70 offices in 40 countries).  Prior to joining Google, Robin worked for over 15 years in design and architecture in the San Francisco Bay Area focusing on sustainability. Aside from raising 2 boys, her latest passion is circularity in the built environment.

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