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What does The MEP 2040 Challenge mean for the construction industry?

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What does the MEP 2040 Challenge mean for the construction industry?

A One Click LCA Carbon Experts Live discussion with Kayleigh Houde, Founding Member and Co-Chair of the MEP 2040 Commitment.

Buildings are the largest global contributor of carbon emissions, contributing 57% of total emissions — and MEP systems contribute up to 50% of the carbon in commercial buildings and retrofits.

The MEP 2040 Challenge is calling on building systems designers to transform mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) systems within the AEC sector, setting a bold target of net-zero carbon by 2040.

We'll be asking Kayleigh about:

  • What The MEP 2040 Challenge will mean for MEP systems manufacturers
  • The path the industry can take to achieve net zero in MEP by 2040
  • Why EPDs will be integral to solving the current data gaps
  • Plus answering your questions live

Thursday, March 7th | 10am ET/7am PT

Kayleigh Houde is an engineer, technologist and educator whose work focuses on whole life carbon and human health. She is a founding member and co-chair of the MEP 2040 Commitment, Associate Principal and the global Computational Projects Lead at Buro Happold, and a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania where she teaches Parametric Life Cycle Assessment and the Fundamentals of Embodied Carbon

This session will be live streamed via LinkedIn and we welcome comments and questions from the audience.

Save your spot and get ready to join the discussion.

Hosted by

  • Team member
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    Nick Galardi

  • Team member
    Aileen Carroll Demand Generation Specialist - North America @ One Click LCA

  • Team member
    Travis Dahl Business Development, Canada @ One Click LCA

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