The 2021 Getting to Zero Forum will bring together leading experts to share best practice approaches to reducing energy demand and decarbonization related to policy, program and projects. In its 5th edition, the event encourages participants to share perspectives on the growth of zero energy and zero carbon.
Senior Sustainability and Carbon Project Manager Victoria Herrero-Garcia will be co-presenting with Greg Kingsley from KL&A Engineers and Builders on the topic entitled Getting the Fish to See Water as part of the Embodied Carbon Block Programming, Part 1: Solving for the 11% of Embodied Carbon in Buildings Session.
Thursday, October 28 | 2:30 to 4:00 pm | Lyceum Complex
During this panel session they will share solutions-based information about the options for cutting the carbon footprint of steel, timber and concrete; explore the ability to effectively consider, compare and evaluate materials’ Global Warming Potential (GWP) and how to reduce the overall embodied carbon for all your projects.
About Victoria Herrero-Garcia
Victoria is a senior sustainability and carbon project manager for Ambient Energy, A Mead & Hunt Company. She enjoys initiating embodied carbon conversations with design teams early in design and helps develop sustainability strategies to achieve carbon reductions. Victoria is the co-chair of the Carbon Leadership Forum (CLF) Rocky Mountain Hub and she also volunteers with the CLF organizing webinars and the bimonthly Global Happy Hour. In September of 2020, she was featured as the carbon expert of the month for One Click LCA, a tool to complete whole-building life-cycle analysis. Victoria authored an article for the Technology | Architecture + Design (TAD) magazine called Whole-Building Life Cycle Assessment: Comparison of Available Tools.