The Urban Frontier:
Webinar on the Opportunity for Cities in the Global Energy Revolution
The shift to 100 percent renewable energy really picks up speed inside city limits. Just by bringing people together, cities unlock efficiencies and economies of scale, allow for centralized clean heat and power generation, zero-emission transportation, and more.
Join Sadhu Johnston, deputy city manager at the City of Vancouver and Vickie Healey of the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory, for a one-hour webinar focused on local governments and clean-energy leadership.
Once again, your hosts James Glave and Dan Woynillowicz will kick off the hour with a quick recap of the trends, milestones, and breakthroughs that are shaping the global and domestic clean energy landscape.
We're hosting this special-edition webinar on the occasion of the Global Learning Forum, coming to Vancouver in May. The Forum is a production of Renewable Cities, Clean Energy Canada’s sibling organization.
Date: Thursday April 23, at 10:00am Pacific / 1pm Eastern
Location: Your computer, tablet, or smartphone. REGISTER NOW.
Sadhu Johnston is the deputy city manager at the City of Vancouver, where he oversees the city’s award-winning Greenest City Action Plan. He is the author of The Guide to Greening Cities, and is founder and co-chair of the Urban Sustainability Directors Network.
Vickie Healey is the project manager for the Clean Energy Solutions Center at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory. The Solutions Centre is an initiative of the Clean Energy Ministerial—an annual international summit of senior government energy officials. Healy counsels municipal governments around the world on policies that support and advance clean energy.