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80x50: Mapping Pathways To A Low Carbon NYC

Tuesday, Mar 25, 2014

In December 2013, the City of New York published a study that mapped pathways to reduce the city’s carbon footprint 80% by 2050, compared to a 2005 baseline. The report identifies and analyzes the four highest impact sectors: energy supply, transportation, solid waste and buildings. Not surprisingly, buildings play a major role, accounting for more than 60% of the carbon footprint reductions identified.

Join us to discuss the building sector role in meeting the 80 X 50 target, including challenges ahead and measures necessary to surmount them.

Sponsors: Green Light New York & Rudin Management

Panelists; Sergej Mahnovski, former Director - NYCOLTPS; Anish Melwani, Director - McKinsey & Co.; Jeff Perlman, Founder - Bright Power; Richard Leigh, Director of Research - Urban Green Council

Moderator: Clara Bonham-Carter, Sustainability Principal - AECOM

Date: Tuesday, March 25, 8:30 - 10:30 am

Location: The Digital Sandbox, 55 Broad Street @ Beaver Street.

RSVP: Eventbrite 1.5 AIA CES available. NOTE: Friends of Sallan will receive a discount, register as a "Partner Member"


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