Trane Technologies recognizes the connection between healthy people living on a healthy planet and has committed to a holistic approach to improve both indoor environmental quality and energy efficiency, and it was with this in mind that the Advisory Council of the Center for Healthy & Efficient Spaces (CHES) gathered for an in-person meeting recently.
This fundamental commitment to safe-guarding human health and the health of the planet is what drives the Council and members of CHES to work together to shape the strategies, standards and solutions for the future of our built environment.
The Advisory Council includes experts in medicine, epidemiology, education and policy across building and transport sectors. It includes Dr John McKeon, William Sisson, Executive Director, North America at WBCSD – World Business Council for Sustainable Development, José Guillermo Cedeño Laurent, Linda Sorrento, Ron Keller, Jim Freihaut, Russ Carnahan and Lidia Morawska
The meeting centred around supporting Trane’s work on innovation-driven solutions that safeguard human health and well-being.
Because Trane believes that the expectations we set now will matter for generations, it established the Center for Healthy & Efficient Spaces (CHES) to convene the best in the industry and shape the strategies, standards and solutions that will help build community resiliency for decades to come.
Built on expertise across businesses, partners, and from members of the Advisory Council, CHES develops deep insights that form the basis for innovation-driven solutions that safeguard human health and well-being, while creating more environmentally sustainable outcomes.