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Critical Canadian Home Building Science Part 2: Carbon Reduction Strategies for New Canadian Homes - Shared screen with speaker view
Trudy Puls
44:36
The most memorable thing about the event in years past was Gord dancing with his wife. Wow and it makes me smile every time I think about it.
Trudy Puls
45:40
Yes !
Armando Cobo
50:33
Texas
Tim Yandow
50:49
Vermont
Robert Cardinal
51:16
manufacturer
Chris Atchison
51:19
Building Official
Elyse Mayo
51:26
Im a carpentry apprentice here with my site supervisor while we are at work haha
Terry Adamson
51:27
Fenestration Canada
Liz Wynder
51:29
Association staff
JONATHAN HAM
51:32
Natural Resources Canada
Patric Langevin
51:33
Government - NRCan LEEP Team
Cindy Gareau
51:34
Canadian Association of Consulting Energy Advisors (CACEA)
Al Jaugelis
51:45
Director Regulatory Affairs, Fenestration Canaada
Les Yard
51:46
Manufacturer
Tim Yandow
51:52
Residential New Construction program manager at Efficiency Vermont
Les Shuert
51:57
Training Licesed Builders in BC ...Les
David Spencer
52:15
planner, designer, developer
Marianne Griffith
52:33
I'm an other in the non-profit sector, developing sustainability programs
Building Knowledge Canada Webinar
01:03:28
Just a reminder for all questions to go into Q&A. They will be answered after all the speakers have presented. Thanks for your patience!
John Gooden
01:08:49
is there a standardized metric like ASHRAE for calculating embodied carbon in buildings?
Torsten Ely
01:09:46
https://aibc.ca/event/bcit-introduction-to-embodied-carbon-whole-building-life-cycle-assessments/
Armando Cobo
01:11:29
https://www.buildersforclimateaction.org/beam-estimator.html
John Gooden
01:12:24
thanks for resource.Is there a standard like ISO or ANSI?
Jacob Nichols
01:14:08
In somewhere like BC where the grid is "clean". What is the impact of installing solar panels on the MCE? How long does it take to pay off and does it make sense from a purely carbon perspective?
Building Knowledge Canada Webinar
01:15:54
Don't forget to post your questions in the Q&A tab. Thanks All!
Jacob Nichols
01:16:03
Just realised. Thanks
Armando Cobo
01:18:53
Thanks
Torsten Ely
01:25:48
look for NRCC Guidelines for Whole-building LCA
Chris Magwood
01:27:11
@Scott There was a lot more XPS foam used in the GTHA than in Nelson, and lot more brick cladding. Those two factors made the biggest difference in the results.
Torsten Ely
01:27:50
ISO 14040, 14044, 21930, EN 15978
Scott Meyer
01:31:16
Thanks Chris.....that makes sense.
Building Knowledge Canada Webinar
01:39:50
https://www.chba.ca/netzero
Chris Magwood
01:45:36
Frank, I completely agree with approaching all of this in holistic way. I think understanding the impacts in each category separately helps us identify where our efforts can have the most valuable impact, but we shouldn't be thinking about them in a silo-ed way.
Building Knowledge Canada Webinar
01:51:42
https://www.chba.ca/modular
Patric Langevin
01:57:30
That may start to change as the carbon tax increases to $170 per Ton by 2030.
Armando Cobo
02:02:11
hahahaha I know it!
Tim Yandow
02:02:48
Yes- thanks, Gord
Tim Yandow
02:09:55
Thank you, everyone for this great webinar. I need to head out.
Patric Langevin
02:11:32
Great discussion - Looking forward to working on this with all of you!
Armando Cobo
02:12:36
Thank y'all for this great presentation. 👍
Zoran Popovic
02:12:49
Thanks
Bridget O'Flaherty
02:13:02
Great presentation, thank you
Bennett Doherty
02:13:08
Thank you all!
Richard Martins
02:13:14
thank you everyone much appreciate. Hope to donate one day LOL
Emma
02:13:46
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