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Webinars

I2SL offers a series of webinars intended to educate, connect, and diversify the sustainable laboratory and high-tech facility community. Webinars encourage interaction among the presenter and the audience by allowing you to ask questions of the experts and/or share your own expertise with an interested audience.

 

Attendees are given the exclusive opportunity to discover new tools, innovations, and technologies being utilized in the sustainable laboratory community. Attendees also have the opportunity to learn about I2SL's new and updated Best Practice Guides through presentations from the authors. Attendees may be eligible for continuing education credits through the American Institute of Architects or other professional organizations.

 

I2SL members can attend all live webinars and access the recording archive free of charge. For non-members, the cost is $100 to attend a live webinar or view a recorded webinar.

Upcoming
Webinar
Schedule

Reuse Alternatives to Single-Use Plastics

Thursday, August 8, 2024

1:00 PM Eastern

Webinar Archive

View recordings of past High-Tech Talks and Best Practices Guides webinars.

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I2SL Webinar: Labs2Zero Program Tools Update

June 26, 2024 

Alison Farmer, I2SL

Gordon Sharp, I2SL

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I2SL Circular Economy for Labs Forum: Water Reduction and Reuse in Labs

March 20, 2024 | View PDF of slides

Robbie Pickering, ERG

Star Scott, University of Georgia 

Kate Andrews, University of British Columbia 

Patrick Murphy, Vanderweil Engineers

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I2SL Webinar: An Overview of the Labs2Zero Energy Score

February 7, 2024 | View PDF of slides

Gordon Sharp, I2SL

Josh Kace, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

Alison Farmer, I2SL

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I2SL Circular Economy for Labs Forum: Revisiting EPS Packaging

January 31, 2024

Kelly Weisinger, Environmental Defense Fund

Anthony Michetti, Cell Signaling Technology

Dustin Andre, Millipore Sigma

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Continuing Education Credits

Each I2SL High-Tech Talk is typically worth one continuing education credit for participants. If you are a GBCI member or a professional engineer, please email I2SL to request an electronic certificate as proof of webinar attendance. You can self-report this credit to the respective organization. If you are an American Institute of Architects (AIA) member, email I2SL your AIA member number and I2SL will report the credit you have earned directly to AIA.

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