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Empowering Architects to Reduce Carbon Emissions

Stephanie Carlisle, a principal at Philadelphia architecture firm KieranTimberlake, discusses the need for a toolkit of decarbonization strategies that designers can use for all design efforts, "not just the fancy projects or the unique projects."
January 3, 2020, 7am PST | Walker
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Ritu Manoj Jethani

How invested is the architectural community in preventing the worst impacts of climate change, and what barriers stand in the way of achieving this goal? Do architects have the information they need to decarbonize their projects? In this interview, The Architectural League of New York asks KieranTimberlake principal Stephanie Carlisle, a designer and environmental researcher who has worked extensively on embodied carbon, for her perspective. Carlisle discusses the need to increase carbon literacy among architects and create a robust set of design tools that can be applied to building projects of all kinds.

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Published on Monday, December 23, 2019 in The Architectural League of New York
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