Decarbonization on the Agenda

Decarbonization on the Agenda

By Andrew Himes Director of Collective Impact, Carbon Leadership Forum One of the classic (funniest) cartoons of all time was Back Alley Oproar, produced in 1948 by Warner Brothers. Sylvester sings (and does other crazy stuff) in an alleyway, destroying Elmer Fudd’s...
Introducing Mahsa Torabi

Introducing Mahsa Torabi

Visiting Researcher, Carbon Leadership Forum Mahsa Torabi is a Visiting Researcher at the Carbon Leadership Forum and a PhD candidate at University of Victoria (UVic). Her research utilizes Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for early-stage design and the formulation of...
Introducing Oscar Jimenez

Introducing Oscar Jimenez

Student Intern, Carbon Leadership Forum Oscar is a first-year Engineering undeclared student at the University of Washington. He is originally from the Yakima area and comes from a first-generation immigrant background. He hopes to graduate from the University with an...
Carbon Reflections: Change is the One True Constant

Carbon Reflections: Change is the One True Constant

by Chad Evans Operations Manager, Carbon Leadership Forum At the Carbon Leadership Forum, we are an almost entirely remote workplace. To foster collaboration and strengthen working relationships, we meet in person twice a year for about a week. We discuss strategy,...