LOVE CARBON

Interface has been reducing the carbon footprint of its products for 25 years as part of Mission Zero – our promise to eliminate any negative impact our company has on the environment by the year 2020. This fall, Interface is introducing carbon negative carpet tile backings and products. This means that they have taken more greenhouse gas emissions out of the atmosphere than were released during their raw material extraction and manufacture.

ABOUT INTERFACE

Interface, Inc. is a global commercial flooring company with an integrated collection of carpet tiles and resilient flooring, including luxury vinyl tile (LVT) and nora® rubber flooring. Our modular system helps customers create beautiful interior spaces which positively impact the people who use them and our planet.

Our mission, Climate Take Back™, invites other companies to join us as we commit to running our business in a way that is restorative to the planet and creates a climate fit for life.

Learn more about Interface here.

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ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Lisa Conway, VP of Sustainability, Americas for Interface
 

Lisa Conway serves as VP of Sustainability, Americas for Interface – the global flooring manufacturer that is leading industry to love the world. She and her team are responsible for regional activation of the company’s mission: Climate Take Back. She is passionate about bringing awareness to the interconnectedness of environmental sustainability and human health. To drive understanding of the impact of carbon on human health, Lisa and her team provide educational programming around the need for transparency and prioritization of embodied carbon in specifications within the building industry. She co-founded the materials Carbon Action Network (materialsCAN) in 2018 to mobilize this effort. Lisa also serves on the Sustainable Advisory Board for Penn State University’s Smeal College of Business and was named to “CoreNet’s 36 Under 36” in 2015.

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