In this episode of the Healthy Spaces Podcast, Dominique Silva, Innovation Initiatives Leader with Trane Technologies is joined by our CEO Dr. John McKeon and Holly Paeper, President, Life Science Solutions, Trane Technologies to discuss “Vital Innovations” – the ways in which innovative climate technologies are helping us get better, faster – and making our built spaces healthier to begin with.
Learn about the story behind Allergy Standards Ltd and its asthma & allergy friendly® Certification Program, about how it has expanded to be encompassed into the iAIR Institute and how those involved in the creation of the built environment have a direct impact on human health.
Listen to the full episode to learn how Dr. John McKeon and the iAir Institute are using scientific research and innovation to make sure our built spaces are supporting healthier lives; and how Holly Paeper and the Life Science Solutions team at Trane Technologies are helping transport life-saving treatments to patients.
Healthy Spaces is a podcast series that talks about innovations helping people and the planet thrive.
Did you know that 99% of the global population is breathing unhealthy air? What if it didn’t have to be that way? Trane Technologies believe that the relationship between human health and planetary health is so intertwined that it’s impossible to talk about one without the other.
That’s the focus of the Healthy Spaces podcast, where Trane Technology explores how technology and innovation are transforming the spaces where we live, work and play. Through conversations with scientists, engineers, and business leaders, it connects the dots for listeners between climate tech and healthier spaces for people and the planet.
Healthy spaces, indoor air quality, healthy homes, certification, asthma, allergies, standards, building materials, third party certification, health and well being, whole house filtration, air filters, COVID-19, indoor environment, architects, building professionals, designers, air cleaners, podcast, Trane Technologies.
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