Climate ABC: Who Leads and What Follows?

Learn how the intersection of industry, government, and the public can lead to productive climate action.

Tags

ClimateGovernmentIndustryPublic

Dates

01/25/2022 01/25/2022

Location

Online

Links

Register

Price

$10 Museum Member / FREE Student / $15 Non-member

Hosted By

National Building Museum

Date:

Tuesday, January 25, 2022 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM EST

 

Description:

Join the National Building Museum for Climate ABC (Action/Building/Community), a new signature series focusing on three essential aspects to addressing climate change: Actions by individuals, businesses, non-profits, policy makers, and civic entities; Building — examples of both physical structures and landscapes, as well as coalitions of stakeholders; and Communities at every scale that are working to slow climate change.

Learn how the intersection of industry, government, and the public – how they influence each other, where/how the public can get involved to improve outcomes – can lead to productive climate action. Panelists will discuss the need for cooperation between these three stakeholders that will lead to the migration of actions from voluntary to standard to required.

 

Speakers:

  • Theresa Backhus, Associate Director of Outreach and Engagement, Building Innovation Hub
  • Benjamin Fry, Project Executive, John Moriarty & Associates
  • Josep Maset, VP Strategy and Commercial Excellence, Holcim
  • Moderator: Susan Piedmont-Palladino, Architect and Director of Virginia Tech’s Washington Alexandria Architecture Center
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