Thu, Jun 16



RMI Concrete Roundtable

Discussion with the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) on low carbon concrete solutions.

RMI Concrete Roundtable

Time & Location

Jun 16, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT


About the Event

The Rocky Mountain Institute will join the CLF-DC Hub for a roundtable discussion on low-carbon concrete solutions based on the RMI Concrete Solutions Guide.

Valentina Guido is an Associate for the Climate Intelligence Program at RMI, where she works at the intersections of carbon markets, policy, equity and ESG in the context of decarbonization. Before joining RMI, Valentina was a sustainability analyst at the WBCSD, looking at ESG reporting, risk, and assurance. She was previously a sustainable finance research assistant at the Energy Politics Group of ETH Zurich and an intern at the Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative at UNCTAD. Her background is in Economics, Business Administration, International Development and Affairs.

Charles Cannon is a Manager for the Climate Intelligence Program at RMI, focusing on the intersection emissions transparency, product labeling, and blockchain technology in steel, aluminum, and cement. Prior to joining RMI, Charles worked as an solar energy designer and engineer on commercial solar installations across the US. His background branches across material supply chains, technology, and climate science.

Radhika Lalit is a manager within the Climate-Aligned Industries Program at RMI and the chief strategy officer for the Mission Possible Partnership (MPP), an alliance of climate leaders focused on supercharging decarbonization of the world’s highest-emitting industries and their value chains. In her role, Radhika advises on strategy and facilitates partnerships across the seven sector platforms established by MPP in sectors like aviation, shipping, trucking, chemicals, cement/concrete, aluminum, and steel. At RMI, She also led the design, creation, and implementation of the Global Cooling Prize, an international competition to incentivize breakthrough innovations in vital yet high climate impact residential air conditioning systems.

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