This episode of the BS* + Beer show is a sweeping discussion about Flashing Details with “big dogs” Doug Horgan, Mike Guertin, Aron Jones, and Bryan Uhler. In addition to sharing a how-to video on fabricating end dams and some visuals illustrating the right and wrong ways to flash, our guests touch on topics that include dealing with wind-driven moisture, choosing products, material compatibility, sequencing and redundancy, horizontal and vertical joints, galvanic reactions, and of course, kickout flashing. Mike Guertin puts the question to the panel: What’s your favorite flashing and why? Tune in to hear the answers and pick up some expert tips.
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Join us on September 23 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. ET for a conversation with Dr. Jonathan Foley, Executive Director of Project Drawdown, “The world’s leading source for climate solutions.” The nonprofit’s publications, online courses, and programs address the most pressing climate-crisis-related issues. Arguably the richest resource for real-world tactics designed to reverse greenhouse gas emissions, Project Drawdown breaks its offerings into categories that include buildings, land use, electricity, transportation, and industry, among others. Read about the Drawdown Framework, watch “Climate Solutions 101,” and come with questions. It’s sure to be an insightful discussion.
Dr. Jonathan Foley is a world-renowned environmental scientist, sustainability expert, author, and public speaker. His work is focused on understanding our changing planet, and finding new solutions to sustain the climate, ecosystems, and natural resources we all depend on. Foley’s groundbreaking research and insights have led him to become a trusted advisor to governments, foundations, non-governmental organizations, and business leaders around the world. He and his colleagues have made major contributions to our understanding of global ecosystems, food security and the environment, climate change, and the sustainability of the world’s resources. He has published over 130 peer-reviewed scientific articles, including many highly cited works in Science, Nature, and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. In 2014, Thomson Reuters named him a Highly Cited Researcher in ecology and environmental science, placing him among the top 1% most cited global scientists.
Kiley Jacques is senior editor at Green Building Advisor. She can be reached at [email protected].