WILDFIRES, BUILDINGS, AND INDOOR AIR QUALITY
The 2020 “Wildfire Season” is coming to an end. What did we learn? What can we do to prepare for 2021 and beyond?
- Why do some structures burn and others survive wildfires?
- How do you make your home more resistant to wildfires?
- What can you do to reduce or remove the smoke and ash from the air inside your home?
- If you lost your home how do you Build Back Better?
The event is Presented by:
The Monterey Bay Regional Climate Action Compact (MBRCAC) and Passive House California (PHCA).
Lucas Johnson is a building scientist with a wealth of practical experience in the built environment. The inventor or the Smart Enclosure System and co-founder of the Council on Airtightness Performance Excellence, is career has been focused on building science and business models that address the urgent issues of climate change, occupant health, and the transition to a clean, healthy and equitable future.
He will be presenting and answering questions related to designing, building, rebuilding and/or retrofitting homes so that they are both resistant to fire, and capable of maintaining healthy indoor air quality during and after wildfires.
Join us by Zoom October 29, 2020 — 11 a.m. until Noon
This is a virtual online event.