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Lori Ferriss is an architect, structural engineer, and conservator known for sustainable redevelopment of historic and existing buildings. Her award-winning work spans design projects and research investigations to policy development with a focus on advancing climate action and equity through design.
She is a co-developer of Architecture 2030’s CARE Tool, which estimates the carbon benefits of reusing and retrofitting buildings for designers, owners, planners, and policymakers. Her work establishing carbon accounting methods for historic buildings has been featured in publications ranging from the Journal of Architectural Conservation to Architect Magazine and presented on-stage at UN COP Climate Change Conferences. Lori is a Design Fellow at Northeastern University and a Principal Consultant with Cameron MacAllister. She serves as the 2023 Chair of the American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment, sits on the Steering Committee of the Climate Heritage Network, and is an expert member on the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Energy, Sustainability and Climate Change.