In this episode, Sterling Laylock discusses the impact of indoor air quality in underserved communities, the new funding available to help them, and the history of the built environment and how it is progressing today.
Sterling Laylock is the Sustainable Development Director at Integrating Green Technologies. He is a graduate of the Florida A&M University School of Business and Industry. Sterling has been a sustainable development-minded behavioral economist since an early age. He believes in dramatically improving the built environment and its infrastructure by setting solutions in motion that can achieve unshakable results.
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“True sustainability is about having enough for everyone, forever, without being wasteful.”
“The true keepers of innovation are the government because they make the rules and regulations. Businesses typically exist to make a profit, but at Integrating Green Technologies, we help our clients drive innovation towards sustainability, health, and safety in the built environment.”
“At Integrating Green Technologies, we understand how the asteroid belt is the system to create value beyond what people might see.”
“To ensure healthy buildings are being built, we have to remember that buildings are built for the occupants of the building, not just for the sake of building a building.”
“We need an acceleration of the Healthy Building Movement because the people that need the healthy building initiatives the most, are not getting them.”
“We have to stop cutting off resources for people in their communities. It makes them angry. Going forward with the Healthy Buildings Movement will cause transformational progress.”
“In order for progress to happen in the built environment and beyond, we have to fail quickly and often.”