2021-22 FCWG Learning Exchange Series: Recent Findings on Building-Scale Carbon LCAs and Demand-Driven Landscape Impacts
In this webinar, speakers Maureen Puettmann and Indroneil Ganguly present, "Recent Findings on Building-Scale Carbon LCAs and Demand-Driven Landscape Impacts."
Recent Findings on Building-Scale Carbon LCAs and Demand-Driven Landscape Impacts
- Maureen Puettmann, PhD, Director of Operation, CORRIM
- Dr. Maureen Puettmann has been owner of WoodLife Environmental Consultants. She has published over 50 life cycle assessments of forestry operations, wood products production, solid and liquid fuels, and biochar in North America. She received her B.S and M.S. in Wood Science from Oregon State University and her PhD from the University of Minnesota in Forestry/Bio-materials. Maureen is the Director of Operations for the Consortium for Research on Renewable Industrial Materials and maintains a courtesy appointment with Oregon State University, where she periodically teaches classes on LCA and works with faculty on mass timber projects. She has collaborated with colleagues from more than 20 institutions within the US and internationally, including six months at Harvard Forest as a Bullard Fellow. Maureen is a native Oregonian and lives in Corvallis, Oregon. She is married (Klaus Puettmann), has two adult sons, and enjoys biking and trail running with her dogs.
- Indroneil Ganguly, Associate Professor at the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington