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June 28, 2020

Carbon Leadership Forum Events Calendar

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Learn about the crucial role CLF has played to shift the focus of the green building movement to transform construction from an existential threat to a climate solution. Now, 14 years after its founding, CLF is poised for a significant leap forward for its mission to radically reduce carbon emissions associated with building materials and construction.


Hubbard's Corner 7200 Woodlawn Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115, USA

Over the past decade, the Carbon Leadership Forum (CLF) has grown from a small circle of self-described "carbon nerds" conducting research on the carbon footprint of building materials and construction into a global network of building designers, material innovators, carbon activists, and policy visionaries, collaborating to transform construction from an existential threat to a climate solution. The CLF's impact has been huge and decisive, helping to shift behavior and accountability for  thousands of companies and scoring decisive climate policy wins from local building codes to the White House "Federal Buy Clean" mandate. 

The event will be hosted by Don Davies (long-time CLF activist, veteran board member and MKA Engineering CEO) and Joan Crooks (former CEO of Washington Conservation Action for 25 years) at Hubbard's Corner, their new Green Lake office, an historic brick building constructed in 1912 newly redesigned to be a living laboratory where novel green materials are tested and showcased to reduce concrete’s carbon footprint.

Northwest innovators chase the dream of greener concrete | Urban@UW


Hubbard's Corner
402 NE 72nd St., Seattle, WA 98195
Seattle, WA 98115, USA

Please register to let us know you'll attend this event.

June 12, at 6:00 PM PST

(We'll send you a calendar  invitation for this meeting.)

June 12th, 2024 from  5:30 PM to  7:00 PM
Hubbard's Corner, 402 NE 72nd St.
Seattle, WA 98115
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