Renewable Communities panel discussion
Sponsored by the Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center
|Dates:||Fri from 8/2/19 - 8/2/19|
|Ages:||Kids, Teens, Adults|
Friday, August 2, 2019
Join us for a panel discussion where experts will discuss how communities can accelerate the transition to 100% renewable energy, and the role that various sectors — including businesses, government, and nonprofits — can play.
Across Massachusetts, cities and towns are leading the way to 100% renewable energy.
Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center is releasing a new report, Renewable Communities, looking at how municipalities across Massachusetts are taking big steps to increase renewable energy generation, make our homes and businesses more efficient, and promote clean options for transportation and heating.
Join us the morning of August 2nd to hear from the state's top experts and leaders in renewable energy from a diverse range of fields.
Matt O’Malley, Boston City Councilor Christopher Cook, Chief, Environment, Energy, and Open Space Isaac Baker, Founder & Co-President, Resonant Energy Samantha Caputo, Senior Policy & Research Associate, Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships
Lindsey Butler, MSc, Environmental Epidemiologist, PhD Candidate at BU School of Public Health
75 Arlington Street # 1000, Boston, MA, 02116 map
Near the Arlington Station off the green line and the Back Bay station off the orange line.
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