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90x50: Doing What's Possible

Thursday, Feb 28, 2013

Climate science tells us we must reduce carbon pollution to ensure a stable and livable environment. While the goal is clear, the path forward is incredibly murky. In "90 by 50: NYC Can Reduce Its Carbon Footprint 90% By 2050", Urban Green Council lays out a possible path to a future in which New York City's greenhouse gas emissions grow smaller at a rate consistent with long-term climate stability.

Sponsor: Urban Green Council

Moderator: Scott Frank - Jaros Baum & Bolles

Speakers: Richard Leigh - Urban Green Council; Laurie Kerr - NRDC; Marc Zuluaga - Steven Winter Associates; & Suki Paciorek - Vornado

Date: Thursday, February 28, 6 - 8 pm

Location: Con Edison, 4 Irving Place, 10 NW - Edison Room

RSVP: Urban Green Council


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