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Embodied Carbon and the Building Envelope

In the fight against climate change, efforts intensify against the planet’s number one enemy—carbon dioxide. The building industry will play a significant role in these efforts. Embodied carbon—the global greenhouse gas emissions generated from sourcing raw material and processing, manufacturing, transporting, and installing building materials—will be the target over the next decade. This course will define embodied carbon, its impact on greenhouse gas emissions, the construction industry's impact, and the methods and tools that building designers can employ to limit embodied carbon.

Sponsored By: Kingspan Insulated Panels

Presented by: Brent Trenga, Kingspan Insulated Panels NA

Delivery Format: Online, Self-Paced

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HSW Eligibility: Yes

This course contains Sustainable Design (SD) information. View SD Information

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