How Can Massachusetts Become a Leader in Reducing Embodied Carbon Emissions in Buildings? Join the Discussion on April 25

Tuesday, April 25 at 6pm. Online.

Embodied carbon is the greenhouse gas emissions arising from the manufacturing, transportation, installation, maintenance, and disposal of building materials. Embodied carbon accounts for 11-25% of our global annual emissions. In order for us to transform our buildings from climate polluters to protectors, we must address embodied carbon as well as operational carbon.


We have a fantastic group of guest speakers including:

  • Thomas O’Neill from the City of Cambridge,
  • Senator Cindy Creem,
  • Senator Joanne Comerford,
  • Representative Steve Owens,
  • Representative Michelle Ciccolo,
  • Representative Daniel Cahill, and
  • Representative Sean Garballey.

This will be a great opportunity to learn about how you can be a part of local and statewide efforts to reduce embodied carbon and transform our buildings from polluters to protectors.
The talk is sponsored by the Massachusetts Climate Action Network.