Please join us for a panel discussion on efforts to build an alliance and cooperate cross-sector to help New York City achieve greenhouse gas emissions reductions of 80% by the year 2050. The discussion will be held on Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at the Fordham Gabelli School of Business (McNally Auditorium, 140 West 62 St. New York, NY 10023).
The City of New York has set an ambitious goal of reducing carbon emissions City-wide by 80 percent by 2050. If that goal is to be achieved, our sectors and citizens must work together to do so. The NYC Climate Action Alliance will be holding a panel discussion focused on how New York City’s businesses, institutions, NGOs and individuals can collaborate to assist the City in achieving its objective. The program will focus on what the City is doing to advance its 80x50 goal, how New York City businesses, institutions and NGOs are supporting the City in reaching 80x50 and the progress being made by the NYC Climate Action Alliance towards creating a multi-sector alliance to amplify these actions.
- Mark Chambers, Director, Mayor's Office of Sustainability
- Marcia Bystryn, President, New York League of Conservation Voters
- Peggy Shepard, Executive Director, WE ACT
- Amy Turner, Co-Founder, NYC Climate Action Alliance; Co-Chair NYCBA Environmental Law Committee
- Richard Yancey, Executive Director, Building Energy Exchange
Moderator: J. Kevin Healy, Bryan Cave LLP, Co-Chair NYCBA Environmental Law Committee
Host and Co-Sponsors: The discussion will be hosted by the Fordham Social Innovation Collaboratory and co-sponsored by the NYC Climate Action Alliance, the New York League of Conservation Voters and the New York City Bar Association.