9 November 2022

The Footprint Company (TFC) join TSA Management

Dr Caroline Noller and The Footprint Company (TFC) join TSA Management to expand its carbon management offering. The Footprint Company manages one of the world’s largest embodied carbon databases (The Green Book) and have developed proprietary carbon management tools including The Footprint Calculator, an embodied carbon calculation tool.

Caroline, Founder and CEO of The Footprint Company, is a world authority in embodied carbon management with over 20 years’ experience. TSA and TFC will together support organisations to deliver net zero carbon projects.

“I am looking forward to working with TSA to manage embodied carbon in project design,” Caroline says. “With TSA’s global reach and $200b of works under management, The Footprint Company now have significantly more opportunities to reduce carbon in the built environment.”

“Our vision is an industry that consistently strives to reduce the embodied carbon footprint of buildings by at least 40 per cent and fast-tracks the achievement of Paris Agreement targets.”

In line with the Australian Green Building Council, TSA believe that structured and scientific embodied carbon management is where we can have significant positive impact on climate change.

Andrew Wilson, CEO of TSA Management, says, “I am thrilled Dr Noller will lead our carbon management consultancy. We know that embodied carbon calculation is extremely important to many of our clients”.

The Footprint Company was founded in 2012. Previously, Caroline was the Head of Corporate Responsibility at GPT as well as Head of Sustainability at Lendlease. She currently Chairs the Materials and Embodied Carbon Leaders alliance (TG 2 – Benchmarking).

What does The Footprint Company do?
The Footprint Company support clients to deliver net zero carbon. With 17 international project locations, TFC can leverage global embodied carbon benchmark datasets and carbon calculation tools to reduce the cost and complexity of embodied carbon project design.

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