Tuesday, February 18, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Fromm Hall - FR 115 - Berman Room
With cities around the world committed to carbon neutrality to address the climate crisis, Bay Area cities from Albany to San Francisco are deepening their actions to accelerate the transformation to equitable, climate-friendly city systems. A local government panel shares their experience and new initiatives to engage their communities, save energy, electrify buildings and transportation, de-carbonize energy supply, sequester carbon, and ease consumption.
- Brian Reyes, San Francisco Department of the Environment [USF MSEM 2009]
- Lizzie Carrade, City of Albany CA [CivicSpark alumna]
Moderator: Prof. Stephanie Siehr, University of San Francisco
Contact: Prof. Stephanie A. Siehr, firstname.lastname@example.org | USF Dept. of Environmental Science email@example.com
Sponsors: USF Master of Science in Environmental Management (MSEM), USF Dept. of Env. Science (ENVS), USF Energy Systems Management (ESM), USF Environmental Studies (ENVA), USF Leo T. McCarthy Center, USF Office of Sustainability.
The event is free and open to the public.