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For over a decade, CLF has been the leading research center in North America enabling fundamental understanding of embodied carbon reporting and accounting for building materials and construction.
CLF educates building industry professionals, companies, organizations, and policy-makers about the importance of whole-building life cycle assessment (LCA) and reducing embodied carbon.
Through the online CLF Community, CLF Regional Hubs in cities around the world, the CLF network of corporate sponsors, the CLF NGO Roundtable, and partnerships with researchers and activists worldwide, CLF helps drive change to decarbonize built environments.
CLF develops model policies for cities, states, and national governments to drive the decarbonization of building materials through embodied carbon disclosure, low-carbon procurement policies, incentives, and compliance.
CLF incubates strategic initiatives, including the development of open access databases and tools to aid in calculating, comparing, and reducing the carbon footprint of materials, buildings, roads, bridges, and ports.