BEEx Forum: Now What? The Near Future of New York Climate Reform (12/14 @ 9-10:30am)

  • 14 Dec 2016
Event Description

First the election, now the fallout.

Wondering what the future of energy and environmental issues will look like after the election? Many stakeholders focused on climate change and environmental issues have been preparing for a very different political climate than the one we will find in January.

What do we know about this future?
How will it impact our region, State, and City?

Join the Building Energy Exchange for this important conversation about what we know about this new political paradigm, how we can expect things to change, and where there may be cause for hope in our fight against climate change.

Yetsuh Frank, Building Energy Exchange

Marcia Bystryn, New York League of Conservation Voters
Michael Gerrard, Sabin Center for Climate Change Law, Columbia University


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