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How to Build a Sustainable City

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How to Build a Sustainable City

Cities along the Mississippi River have experienced record flooding in 2019 and are increasingly vulnerable to severe storms, water pollution and drought. 

Webinar: Blockchain Impact on GHGs

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Webinar: Blockchain Impact on GHGs

Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions related to fluorine containing gases (F-gases) represent as much as 15% of yearly emissions in the carbon sector globally. Join Ted Atwood, President of Trakref® for a webinar presentation introducing a new means to eliminate fraud, improve management of F-Gases, and enhance accountability related to the use, handling and end of life for refrigerants ant other fluorine containing gases.

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. 

Technology Solutions for Climate Change

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Technology Solutions for Climate Change

Join RecycleGO to learn how emerging technologies can be used to revolutionize our current broken recycling system by incentivizing companies and individuals to participate in creating a more sustainable future. Recycling is an essential component of any climate change mitigation plan, since resource recovery provides a much more energy efficient way of sourcing manufacturing feedstock.

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.

Defining Design Excellence

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Defining Design Excellence

Defining Design Excellence in the Era of Climate Change

With the recent adoption of the AIA resolution for urgent and sustained climate action, “design excellence” for our profession has been redefined to align with the COTE Top Ten Measures. Supporting this change, AIA published the The Top Ten Toolkit, a resource accessible to all architects, that closes the information gap to designing high-performing, equitable, beautiful buildings. The Toolkit is designed to provide relevant, general guidance to architects seeking to achive design excellence on every project.

How Low Can We Go?

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How Low Can We Go?

How Low Can We Go – Historic Preservation and Carbon Reduction Engaging Strategies For the Preservation of Existing and Historic Buildings in the Age of Resilience and Increasingly Low Carbon Targets

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?

EV + Clean Energy Happy Hour

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EV + Clean Energy Happy Hour

On Tuesday, September 24th Climate Nexus will host an official Climate Week Happy Hour, bringing together leading experts in the electric vehicle and clean energy space from both the public and private sector, along with reporters and media partners covering the clean energy industry.

Please join us from 6 to 8 pm in the atrium at Draught 55, located at 245 E 55th St, New York, NY for an evening of refreshments, small bites and conversation. Learn about the latest developments in the electric vehicle and clean technology industry from those leading the charge.