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Collaborating to Create a Carbon Neutral Built Environment
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Collaborating to Create a Carbon Neutral Built Environment

Date/Time: January 13, 2022, 1-2 PM ET / 10-11 AM PT

If we want to combat climate change, it is crucial that all sectors are reduced. It is imperative that we build in a way that’s both sustainable and resilient, given the passage of the infrastructure bill.

Learn about opportunities in the construction value-chain to achieve carbon neutrality. Concrete and cement have just charted a way to carbon neutrality. There will be a focus to how other value chain members can help achieve this goal.

Among the topics are:

  • Imagine a future with a resilient and sustainable infrastructure.
  • Collaboration opportunities to reduce emissions from the built environment
  • The PCA Roadmap towards Carbon Neutrality – How a key sector in our economy can dramatically reduce carbon emissions
  • In the near-term, actions to reduce emissions from the cement and concrete industries


  • Rick Bohan is Vice President of Sustainability at Portland Cement Association
  • Gina Lotito is the Corporate Vice President for Sustainability and Environmental Strategy at GCC
  • Nick Popoff is Vice President of Product Performance and Design at Votorantim Cimentos/St Marys Cement

Register if you are unable to tune in live. We will email you a link to the webcast recording and resources. These resources are available on-demand after the live broadcast.

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