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October 28, 2020
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Building Industry Plays Essential Role in Curbing Emissions

Edward Mazria, an architect, educator and author, shared his research on how buildings can be designed and built to reduce carbon emissions including energy-efficient windows, doors and skylights during the keynote session at the National Fenestration Rating Council’s Fall Membership Virtual Meeting. Mazria discussed embodied carbon in buildings and life cycle assessments to reduce the environmental impact of buildings. Read More


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9 Things to Know on the Legislative and Regulatory Landscape
By Laurie Cowin

Washington, D.C., has experienced record levels of gridlock and next week's presidential election may further challenge the ability for meaningful action. Amid political turmoil, the COVID-19 pandemic impacts federal and state OSHA regulations, which continue to evolve in response. 

During GlassBuild Connect in September, Jeff Inks, vice president, advocacy, and Kevin McKenney, director of government affairs, both with the Window and Door Manufacturers Association, examined key issues facing Washington and the industry as a whole. 

Find their webinar, Legislative and Regulatory Insights for the Industry, available on-demand at GlassBuild Connect, and read on for nine key takeaways from the presentation.






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