How Denver is Addressing Embodied Carbon: CLF RM February Meeting

CLF Rocky Mountain Hub will be having our next meeting on Thursday, February 25th at 4 PM. We listened to your feedback about driving change at the local level - join us and two speakers from Denver’s Office of Climate Action, Sustainability, and Resilience to learn about how Denver is addressing embodied carbon and how you can get involved!

Please register at this link to attend.

We hope to see you there.

Victoria, Matt and Jim

Session Overview:

Join Katrina Managan, Amber Wood, and the Carbon Leadership Forum Rocky Mountain Hub for an engaging presentation and discussion about what Denver is doing to address embodied carbon in buildings. Katrina and Amber will give a short presentation about the city’s past, current, and future efforts including:

  • What actions Denver has already taken regarding embodied carbon in building code
  • Denver’s new embodied carbon inventory
  • Preview of the 2021 code adoption process and how to get involved

After the presentation, we will discuss ideas from the group on how Denver can proceed to address embodied carbon.

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Speaker biographies:

Katrina Managan leads the High Performance Buildings and Homes Team for the Denver Office of Climate Action, Sustainability and Resiliency. The team is working to make all new and all existing buildings and homes in Denver net zero energy, more sustainable, and more resilient. Katrina has over 15 years of experience working on energy policy, climate policy, and net zero energy buildings.

Amber Wood, PE leads the Energy Program for the City & County of Denver in the Office of Climate Action, Sustainability, and Resiliency. She seeks to ensure Denver achieves its climate goals for buildings through her work as part of the High Performance Buildings and Homes Team. Amber’s background in engineering includes experience in net zero energy buildings, sustainability, codes and standards, construction, and research and development.

Registration link:


Once you are registered, you will receive a zoom link via email, which is also featured in the “Online Event Page” that you can see on Eventbrite after registering. Feel free to let us know if you need help accessing the event.

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