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Dr. Taylor just returned from the White House conference on Resiliant Buildings and Climate Change, where she spoke about the need for expanding federal and state building standards to protect occupants. Curently, written statements about building codes say that we need these standards to protect building materials. The missing concept, surprisingly, is the need for building codes to protect human health in the indoor environment!  


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