Submit a resource for inclusion in the CLF Resource Library

In CLF's Resource Library we publish a variety of resources. By crowdsourcing and disseminating this information, we aim to accelerate learning and increase knowledge, empowering our members with information needed to advance new ideas and approaches that result in a transformed, decarbonized building industry. Here's a model for what a resource page might look like.

Process for adding a resource to the Library

  1. Use this form to submit a proposed resource for consideration.
  2. CLF technical staff member will review the proposal for rigor, application, audience, appropriateness, relevance to embodied carbon, and relationship to existing Library resources. (CLF staff may request review and advice from subject matter experts outside CLF staff.)
  3. On receiving technical approval, CLF web production staff will publish the web page and notify the person who submitted the resource.

For questions about the process or for infomation about any resource, contact ahimes1@uw.edu.

Your name
This is likely to be the title of the page on which the resource will be published.
A short description of the proposed resource. An abstract is a summary of the full resource. An abstract may include sections such as an introduction, summary of results, intended audience, and conclusions. An abstract is valuable because it offers a quick overview of the article's content and can help you decide if the article will be useful for your research. The abstract should be a minimum of 200 words and fewer than 500, and it may be composed of short quotes from the full document.
Typically a PDF file, a downloadable resource may be either a document or slides. Typically, a resource will either have a downloadable file or a link to such a download on a website outside CLF, but not both.
Files must be less than 2 MB.
Allowed file types: pdf docx pptx.
Select all the categories appropriate for this resource. The categories for selection on this form mirror the categories in the Resource Library.