Be the first to like this
Hear from technical experts and state and regional leaders on the frontlines of developing policies, implementation strategies, financial tools and governance systems to meet the climate challenges of the 21st century. Groundbreaking federal and state policies demand an aggressive reduction of carbon and ozone emissions. Meeting these goals calls for a range of strategies from the transportation, building, energy, business and agriculture sectors. Learn about the short- and longer-term strategies to make our regions and communities healthier and more resilient, including the integration of transportation and land use planning as outlined in California’s SB 375. A timely conversation leading up to the UN climate talks in Paris this December.
Moderator: Deron Lovaas, State/Federal Policy & Practice Director, Urban Solutions Program, Natural Resources Defense Council, Washington, DC
Kathryn Zyla, Deputy Director, Georgetown Climate Center, Washington, DC
Hasan Ikhrata, Executive Director, Southern California Association of Governments, Los Angeles, California
Kate White, Deputy Secretary, Environmental Policy and Housing Coordination, California State Transportation Agency, Sacramento, California