Free Webinar: Conquering Carbon: Using Optimization to Reduce Embodied Carbon & Design more Sustainable Products, April 8, 2 pm EDT

  • 8 April 2020
  • Start time : 02:00 PM
  • End time : 03:00 PM
Reduce Embodied Carbon
Event Description

Product optimization and embodied carbon in products are hot topics in 2020. Our previous webinar explained what embodied carbon is new tools to evaluate embodied carbon in products, and the movement by architects, producers, and government agencies to set goals on reducing embodied carbon and to establish laws and policies. We are hosting a second webinar to explain how companies are understanding embodied carbon in their products and to introduce carbon-negative products. We will also discuss integrating sustainable product innovation to reduce embodied carbon and optimize products by reducing the overall environmental and health impacts. Join us with our expert panel to learn why embodied carbon is important and to understand how product manufacturers can design more sustainable products.

  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Tad Radzinski, GreenCircle Certified
      John Bradford, Interface
      Wes Sullens, USGBC
      Amy Musanti, ASSA ABLOY
  • Event type
    • Online/Webinar

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