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Courtney Fieldman

  • Carbon-Free Buildings

Courtney is focused on sector-specific interventions in buildings to help cities and states move on their climate actions. She also works on creating policy recommendations to help cities decarbonize in line with 1.5°C targets.


Courtney has worked in the UNFCCC’s Mitigation, Data, and Analysis (MDA) team focusing on NDC enhancement and the capacity for the Paris Agreement’s transparency framework to help influence country actions over time. Currently Courtney is focused on sector-specific interventions to help cities and states move on their climate actions.


BA, International Relations and Environmental Studies, Princeton University

Master’s in Comparative Law—Climate Change Law and Policy, University of Eastern Finland


Boulder, CO

Authored Works
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Colorado Developers Lead the Way on Affordable, All-Electric Housing

Several Colorado developers are forgoing fossil fuels and building all-electric, affordable housing units. These developers view all-electric as an attractive option for both new developments and retrofits due to the positive climate impact and cost saving potential, demonstrating the feasibility of the technology even in a colder climate. All-electric housing…


Denver’s Bold New Plan for Carbon-Free Buildings

Denver leaders are setting a high bar for other cities in Colorado and nationwide with the release of an ambitious new climate plan focused on buildings. The plan lays out a roadmap to achieve all-electric buildings, setting clear targets to phase out fossil fuels in both homes and commercial buildings.