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Political Climate Change

Thursday, Feb 12, 2009

Now's the time for Political Climate Change, the final panel in Pratt's "Managing Lean and Green" Forum. Focus on the public resources, policies and programs with the potential to dramatically increase the energy efficiency of NYC’s housing and other building stock and contribute to the economic development of its neighborhoods.

It looks like 2009 will present great new opportunities for conducting energy upgrades in NYC’s neighborhoods which will reduce housing costs while increasing housing durability, cut greenhouse gases and particulate emissions, and improve public health.

Sponsor: Pratt Center for Community Development

Date: February 12th from 10 am-noon

Location: Pratt Manhattan, 144 West 14th Street, Room 213

Panelists:
Ariella Maron, New York City Office of Long Term Planning and Sustainability
Michael Colgrove, new Director, NYSERDA
Emmaia Gelman, Center for Working Families
David Hepinstall, Association of Energy Affordability.
Moderator:
Marcia Bystryn, New York League of Conservation Voters

RSVP: Pratt Center

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