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Lawyers Climate Week: Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization

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Lawyers Climate Week: Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization

For Lawyers Climate Week, join us for a webinar session on Wednesday, September 25th, as Call to the Bar and the Law Firm Sustainability Network co-host a webinar session to discuss the book titled Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization in the United States and a unique pro bono project in which lawyers draft model legislation to implement recommendations from the book. This book contains key information and recommendations that explain technical and policy pathways for reducing US greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions by at least 80% from 1990 levels by 2050.

Low-Carbon Electricity From Quebec

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Low-Carbon Electricity From Quebec

Québec Hydropower is one of the lowest-emission generating options per kilowatthour. Based on life cycle analysis, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from hydropower generated in Québec are similar to wind energy and fifty times less than natural gas. It can also provide a continuous flow of energy, without intermittency. What’s the science behind Hydro-Québec’s low carbon energy?

Building a National Cities EV Campaign

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Building a National Cities EV Campaign

The Climate Group is hosting a closed-door breakfast discussion on catalyzing greater ambition in the electrification of the transport sector as a key measure to address climate change. 

Future Generation: Solar+Storage in NYC

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Future Generation: Solar+Storage in NYC

Join us on Wednesday, September 25th at the Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery (GOSR) in historic downtown Manhattan for a lively discussion on strengthening resilience in vulnerable NYC communities during blackouts. This one-hour panel begins at noon and will be followed by a half hour networking session. The panel will be moderated by Solar One’s Director of Resilient Solar, Angelica Ramdhari, and will feature speakers from GOSR and the Brooklyn Public Library.

Our Planet: Our Business

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Our Planet: Our Business

Our world is under threat like never before. Business as usual is not an option. We all need to act now.

Join us for an exclusive event at the United Nations General Assembly co-hosted by HSBC and WWF to discuss the business role in making the transition to a low-carbon future where people and nature thrive together.

We’ll hear from inspiring speakers including Daniel Klier, Group General Manager and Global Head of Sustainable Finance, HSBC and Tanya Steele, CEO of WWF-UK.

HYDRINO ENERGY: An Answer or THE ANSWER?

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HYDRINO ENERGY: An Answer or THE ANSWER?

 Hydrino energy represents a new energy source that is more explosive, cleaner and cheaper than fossil fuels. Many people believe it is impossible that something of this potential can exist. They are wrong. We are scientists and environmental advocates who worked in this area for years. A top academic physicist and the ex-Director of Research at Greenpeace is on our team. We are not selling technology, we are raising awareness about an entire industry that can impact civilization.

Decarbonize and Grow the Green Economy

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Decarbonize and Grow the Green Economy

Quebec & Northeast: Aligned to Decarbonize

Quebec and New York are taking leading positions in action and policy design to dramatically decarbonize and green the regional economy. This Climate Week NYC 2019 panel discussion, will focus on highlighting concrete solutions to meet this pressing regional challenge.

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Chris Hilbert, Norton Rose Fulbright

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Strategies for Net Zero Buildings

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Strategies for Net Zero Buildings

Green Buildings can help us to tackle climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, help create sustainable communities and drive economic growth. A whopping 39% of global emissions can be attributed to buildings and construction processes, and with the Paris agreement commitment to limit the temperature rise by 1.5 degrees, the transition to net-zero buildings is imperative.

Global Sustainability and You

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Global Sustainability and You

Fortune 500 businesses, successful start-ups, university majors, and your best friends are all talking about "sustainability", but what does it mean today, and how does it affect you?

Join the Outsite team for an actionable discussion on the trending conversations on Global Sustainability and the concept of individual impact. Where are these trends headed in business, what opportunities are available, and what innovations are solving the worlds environmental crisis that we face today?