June, 16 | 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Track 2C | Strategies for Scaling Energy Efficiency and GHG Reduction/Carbon Credits
Planled | EVP Partnerships
Human Centric Sustainability - A love motivated carbon reduction strategy
This session will provide examples of how innovative lighting technology and design can make vast improvements in the human experience in office buildings, schools, and sports venues while saving energy, improving health, productivity and IAQ. We'll explore the benefits of using a task ambient lighting approach that incorporates human centric lighting design as well as the advantages of using upper room UVC fixtures to achieve much higher air changes per hour in order to meet CDC guidance to reduce exposure to airborne pathogens.
Scott Jenkins has extensive experience in developing, opening, and operating sports venues including Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Safeco Field in Seattle, Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, and Miller Park in Milwaukee. Jenkins is a pioneer in the environmental movement in sports and cofounder of the Green Sports Alliance where he has served as Board Chair the past 10 years. He was honored with the 2013 Natural Resources Defense Council Game Changer Award and the 2012 NW Energy Coalition Conservation Eagle Award. Jenkins graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a bachelor’s degree in construction administration and the University of Washington’s Executive MBA program.