Date: April 22|
RSVP - Webinar on Housing Crisis and Climate Change
RSVP for "Taking Charge: Engineering, Environment, and Government Solutions for LA's Housing Crisis and Climate Change" Webinar
Time and Location
Date: April 22
About the Event
Join us on Earth Day for a thought-provoking webinar, "Taking Charge: Engineering, Environment, and Government Solutions for LA's Housing Crisis and Climate Change." This virtual gathering will bring together distinguished experts in sustainability, climate change, and government policy to explore innovative strategies and collaborative efforts aimed at addressing pressing challenges in Los Angeles.
Green Building: Discover sustainable building practices shaping the future of urban development in LA.
Sustainable Development: Uncover successful initiatives promoting sustainability and resilience in communities.
Transportation and Climate Change: Explore the intersection of transportation systems and climate action.
Urban Planning: Understand the role of urban planning in creating climate-resilient and livable cities.
Policy, Regulations, and Funding: Delve into the governmental landscape driving climate-resilient projects.
Raj Dhillon - Sustainability Policy Advisor: Drawing on a wealth of experience, Raj will provide insights into comprehensive policy support and strategies for achieving sustainability goals in Los Angeles County.
Eden Axelrad - Manager, Climate Change and Decarbonization: With a focus on climate change and sustainability, Eden will share expertise in developing strategies for greenhouse gas reduction and climate vulnerability assessments.
David Ford - Senior Government Relations Manager: Bringing over 20 years of experience, David will shed light on the crucial intersection of government policies and utility industry initiatives in driving sustainability.
-Gain valuable insights from industry leaders.
-Explore practical solutions to LA's housing crisis and climate challenges.
-Engage in interactive Q&A sessions with experts.
-Discover how you can contribute to sustainable initiatives in your community.
Date: April 22, Earth Day
Time: To be decided (TBD) Choose from four convenient time slots
Location: Virtual event on Zoom
Don't miss this opportunity to be part of a vital conversation that aims to shape a more sustainable and resilient future for Los Angeles. Reserve your spot now and join us in "Taking Charge"!