Despite the lack of Federal and State action on climate, cities and counties
are investing in clean energy solutions to protect their communities
In early December, world leaders will meet in Katowice, Poland for the 24th COP meeting and the Katowice Climate Change Conference – a follow-up to Kyoto and Paris. While the Administration may be rolling back federal standards to combat climate change, local governments and businesses throughout Florida are embracing clean energy solutions to climate change.
WHAT: Briefing–How cities and counties are protecting their communities through investment in clean technologies that reduce pollution
- What kind of investments can cities make in clean energy and who is taking the lead?
- The electrification of transportation is underway in Florida. Learn where investments are being made.
- How can municipalities work together to share resources and knowledge to fight the common threat of storm surge and sea level rise?
- How are local governments helping those who are most vulnerable respond to change?
- Darden Rice, City Councilmember, St. Petersburg and Board Member, Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority
- Chris Castro, Sustainability Director, City of Orlando
- Susan Glickman, Florida Director, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy
- Doug Coward, Executive Director, Solar Energy Loan Fund
WHEN: Thursday, December 6th, 2018
9:00 a.m. Eastern
WHERE: You can join this briefing online from your computer or you can join by phone.
Click this link to join from your computer: zoom.us/j/961054879
Or Join by phone:
+1 646 558 8656 Meeting ID: 961 054 879
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