Embodied Carbon Summit 2024

Join us for the Embodied Carbon Summit on May 21!

Join us for the first annual Embodied Carbon Summit on May 21, 2024!

A new Embodied Carbon Summit will be held the day before the Getting to Zero Forum. The Summit includes a networking reception and a half-day workshop with opportunities for design building professionals to understand the embodied carbon landscape. Join industry leaders and executives to advance efforts for getting to zero embodied carbon emissions.

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May 20: Networking Reception

4:00 – 6:00 PM

City Lights Rooftop Bar

Exclusively for Embodied Carbon Summit attendees, join us Monday evening for light bites and drinks on the rooftop ahead of the Summit workshop on Tuesday. 

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May 21:  Half-day Workshop

9:00 AM – 2:30 PM

Carolina A

Demystifying Embodied Carbon Policy & How to Leverage Decarbonization Policy Compliance Tools

Embodied carbon is responsible for 11% of global greenhouse gas emissions, representing a significant opportunity for achieving carbon reduction commitments and net-zero goals. With interest from the private and public sectors alike, there has never been a better – or more important time – for the AEC sector to get smart on the emissions type and learn about effective strategies for decarbonization.

This workshop will provide participants with an understanding of embodied carbon policy, introduce them to existing tools used for policy compliance including BEAM, OneClick LCA, tallyLCA and EC3, and provide an overview of the skills needed to effectively use them. The workshop will guide participants through the application of these tools for compliance with various existing embodied carbon or Buy Clean policies globally.


Ryan Zizzo, Mantle Developments


Webly Bowles, WAP Sustainability
Holly Elwood, EPA
Mariane Jang, NYS Office of General Services
Spencer Jarrett, One Click LCA
Rowan Parris, Turner Construction
Katie Poss, Building Transparency
Jacob Deva Racusin, New Frameworks & Builders for Climate Action
Baha Saddredin, Microsoft
Jesce Walz, Perkins&Will





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