A discussion with Aprilaire's John Bleomer, Dave Carlson, and Joseph Hillenmeyer about new industry guidelines, the current consumer landscape, and the HVAC market pertaining to Healthy Homes.
The Healthy Indoors Show has a discussion with indoor environmental industry veteran, Donald Weekes about how things have changed since his cover story in the inaugural issue of Healthy Indoors Magazine in 2013, and the new IEQ GA organization.
Making Houses Work: A Discussion with Corbett Lunsford, Co-Host of PBS’ Home Diagnosis
Corbett Lunsford returns to the Healthy Indoors Show to talk about his work on a new smartly-designed/built home for his family, and the upcoming 2nd season of his PBS Television series, Home Diagnosis.
BPI’s CEO, Larry Zarker, and the Guide’s lead author & editor, Kevin Kennedy, will be joining us this week to discuss this new program from the Building Performance Institute.
HI Show July 23, 2020 --
Healthy Indoors‘ Bob Krell, is joined by Dr. David Krause, Ph.D., CIH, MPH to discuss a renewed concern about Legionella in our buildings.
Dr. David Krause, founder and principal Toxicologist for HealthCare Consulting and Contracting (HC3) in Tallahassee, Florida. He is a Certified Industrial Hygienist and Licensed Mold Assessor and a co-authored the 2009 Guidelines for the Surveillance, Investigation, and Control of Legionnaires’ Disease in Florida and the 2015 AIHA Guideline for the Recognition, Evaluation, and Control of Legionella in Building Water Systems. Over the past 25 years Dr Krause has practiced environmental science and public health, focusing in the areas of toxicology, occupational health, industrial hygiene, indoor air quality, and exposure to microbes and chemicals in homes, schools, office buildings, and healthcare facilities.
The Great Indoors with Emily Anthes
HI Show July 16, 2020 —
Healthy Indoors‘ Bob Krell, is joined by award-winning science journalist and author, Emily Anthes, to discuss her new book on how architecture and design shape human health and well-being.
Emily Anthes is a science journalist and author. Her new book, The Great Indoors: The Surprising Science of How Buildings Shape Our Behavior, Health, and Happiness, was published in June. She is also the author of Frankenstein’s Cat: Cuddling Up to Biotech’s Brave New Beasts. Her work has also appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Wired, Nature, Slate, Businessweek, and elsewhere, and her magazine features have won several journalism awards. Emily has a master’s degree in science writing from MIT and a bachelor’s degree in the history of science and medicine from Yale, where she also studied creative writing. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
The Healthy Indoors Show takes a look at the indoor environmental topics that are making news. Hayward Score's Joe Medosch joins host Bob Krell on a special installment that is sure to become a regular segment for the show.
The boys are about to have an un-glossed-over chat you won't want to miss!
Yeah, we're going there...
HI Show Thursday June 25, 2020
We discuss Sustainability, Racial Justice, and Healthy Environments with Suzanne Shelton, president and CEO of the Shelton Group, a sustainability marketing and branding company in Knoxville, Tennessee, and Dr. Lilia Abron, president and CEO of PEER Consultants a 41-year-old environmental engineering consulting firm in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Lilia Abron, P.E., is President and CEO of PEER Consultants, the largest black, female-owned and operated, environmental engineering firm in the United States. Dr. Abron’s experience spans almost 50 years in planning, managing and directing environmental engineering programs for the improvement, maintenance and enhancement of the natural and built environments. She is the first African-American woman in the nation to earn a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering and the first African-American to start an engineering consulting firm focused on the environment and its environmental issues. She was also one of the first professionals in the field to suggest and demonstrate that sustainability initiatives can rapidly advance the condition of the impoverished sector worldwide. She’s also founder of PEER Africa, an innovative design-build and sustainable development company.
Suzanne Shelton is president and CEO of Shelton Group, the nation’s leading marketing communications agency focused exclusively on sustainability. She leads Shelton Group in creating a market advantage for the organizations that are creating a sustainable future. Those organizations include Cotton Leads, Eastman, Ecolab, Environmental Defense Fund, Mattel, Pactiv and Papa John’s .
With 30 years of experience under her belt, she’s a pro at helping her clients build brand affinity, market products and start movements. She speaks regularly at conferences, guest writes for the likes of Fast Company, Green Builder and GreenBiz, and has been quoted in Forbes, the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post and other top media outlets.
Healthy Indoors Show June 18, 2020 —
Healthy Indoors‘ Bob Krell, is joined live from New Delhi, India by special guest Barun Aggarwal, CEO of Breatheeasy Consultants PVT LTD.
Barun Aggarwal is a serial entrepreneur. In his current role, he founded BreatheEasy Consultants Pvt Ltd – the leading full service Indoor Air Quality solutions company in India. He has co-authored a book – “How to Grow Fresh Air”, published by Juggernaut books.
Barun has served on the Indoor Air Quality assessment working group of USGBC. He is a founding member of Indoor Air Quality Association, USA , India Chapter and currently the chapter Director for India. He is a member of ISHRAE and is a founding member of the IEQ Committee of ISHRAE that has developed the first international standard for IEQ (Indoor Environmental Quality) – published in 2016. He is also Technical Group (TG) Chair for Indoor Air Quality TG under ISHRAE.
He teaches a course on Human Wellness in the Built Environment at the School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi as visiting faculty.
While we have been seeing a steady increase in online offerings for our industry in recent years, the COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly accelerated the move to virtual events. This week’s show will discuss how the current global crisis has affected rapid changes in the conference and training spaces, and how many organizations are navigating these turbulent virtual waters. Are online events here to stay, and if so, how will virtual technologies shape in-person events once we return to some resemblance of “normal?”
Hayward Score’s Joe Medosch co-hosts with Healthy Indoors‘ Bob Krell, joined by guests: Sue Marchese (AIHA), Jodi Araujo (NADCA), Jay Stake (IAQA), Kelly Rutt (EIA), Christy Crocker (MIAQC), Steve Skodak (BPA), and Beth Mauro (Association Headquarters).