Net Zero Energy Buildings Webinar, Mass Climate Action Network (MCAN), June 19, 7-8pm

  • 11 June 2019
  • Start time : 06:01 AM
  • End time : 06:01 AM
  • Event Host : Mass Climate Action Network (MCAN)
Mass Climate Action
Event Description

Join Mass Climate Action (MCAN) on Wednesday, June 19th for a Net Zero Buildings webinar. Learn everything you need to know about why getting buildings to Net Zero is a huge part of the climate solution, and what YOU can do to make buildings more efficient, more comfortable, and safer for everyone.

RSVP at the link provided for the webinar, and be sure to pass on the information to other climate advocates in your community! 


The Massachusetts Climate Action Network (MCAN), a 501(c)3 non-profit, fights the climate crisis one town at a time, with the help of local MCAN chapters – and you!

MCAN’s role as a facilitator of municipal-level action is unique among Massachusetts environmental groups. We empower our local chapters by enhancing communication, promoting town-level projects that improve communities, decreasing climate change-causing pollution, and reducing development time for those projects. MCAN speaks on behalf of all chapters to improve Massachusetts energy and climate policies and programs.

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • Mass Climate Action Network (MCAN)
  • Event type
    • Online/Webinar

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