CLF and Partner News

Six Months into the SEI SE 2050 Commitment

Structural Engineers Combine to Share Learning, Resources, and Ambitious Decarbonization Goals By Chris Jeseritz Chris Jeseritz is a project manager at PCS Structural Solutions and a member of the American Society of Civil Engineer’s (ASCE) Structural Engineering...

Zero Carbon: Can Built Environment Education Deliver?

JOINT EVENT Monday 8 February 2021, 9 – 10 am PST The climate emergency means the built environment will have to be zero carbon. All new buildings must be zero carbon by 2030 and the existing building stock will require significant retrofitting to be carbon neutral...

CLF Launches Embodied Carbon Policy Toolkit

Throughout 2020, the Carbon Leadership Forum invested significant resources in developing an array of resources to support effective embodied carbon policies. Capping that effort on January 1, 2021, the CLF announced the release of an Embodied Carbon Policy...

Resource Hub for Structural Engineers at SE2050

The SE2050 website aggregates a comprehensive set of resources for structural engineers working to decarbonize structures, including: Embodied Carbon Overview Structural Materials Strategies Tools and Data Case Studies ECOM - Embodied Carbon...

Embodied Carbon: A Clearer View of Carbon Emissions

International engineering firm Walter P Moore has released a groundbreaking stewardship report entitled Embodied Carbon, A Clearer View of Carbon Emissions. The report focuses on an issue of relevance for all material specifiers, which is the reduction of...

Bringing Embodied Carbon Upfront

The World Green Building Council’s pioneering report "Bringing Embodied Carbon Upfront: Coordinated action for the building and construction sector to tackle embodied carbon" demands radical cross-sector coordination to revolutionize the buildings and construction...

Features

Introducing Meghan Lewis

Senior Researcher, Carbon Leadership Forum, University of Washington Meghan Lewis is a Senior Researcher at the Carbon Leadership Forum, where she...

Introducing Stephanie Carlisle

Senior Researcher, Carbon Leadership Forum, University of Washington Stephanie Carlisle is an architect and environmental researcher whose work...

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