JUST label aims to assess social justice on building material manufacturers

At Living Future's annual conference this month in Seattle, Jason McLennan and architecture firm BNIM founder Bob Berkebile launched the JUST label, an extension of the Declare label that addresses social justice and equity issues.

By Peter Fabris, Contributor | May 31, 2013

At Living Future's annual conference this month in Seattle, Jason McLennan and architecture firm BNIM founder Bob Berkebile launched the JUST label, an extension of the Declare label that addresses social justice and equity issues, such as diversity, worker rights, health care and employee happiness, occupational safety and stewardship practices, including investments and community involvement. Both Declare and JUST are part of a push for greater transparency for product materials in green buildings.

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