Built This Way: Why residential and commercial buildings are key to addressing climate change

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Built This Way: Why residential and commercial buildings are key to addressing climate change

01/29/24

Date: 7 February 2024

Time: 01:00 PM E.T.

How much do residential and commercial buildings contribute to climate change? And what can we do to reduce their impact?

We know buildings must reduce fossil fuel use to move toward a healthier planetary future. However, until now we’ve lacked clarity on how we need to transform our buildings to alleviate environmental problems.

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New York | New Jersey Offshore Wind Supplier Forum

01/07/24

Date: 11 January 2024

Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Location: New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge, 333 Adams Street, New York, NY 11201

Join us in New York City on Thursday, January 11, 2024 for the New York | New Jersey Offshore Wind Supplier Forum. New York and New Jersey (NY-NJ) have nine offshore wind projects totaling more than 9,800 megawatts in development off our coasts and are leading the nation to build a supply chain and workforce to support the growing offshore wind industry.

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The Importance of Science and Justice at COP28

01/05/24

Date: 17 January 2024

Time: 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PT

In December, world leaders at the United Nations annual climate talks (COP28) adopted the UAE Consensus, an agreement that represents a critical step forward in addressing fossil fuels, the root cause of climate change—but still falls significantly short in its considerations of finance and equity provisions needed to ensure a just transition to clean energy and climate resilience around the world.

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