Innovative Models, Strategies for Communities
April 18 2:00 - 4:00 PM AICP CM CEUs pending
Join us for a compelling concluding Webinar in our year-long series. Over the course of the 2011-12 series, participants have learned about many innovations, strategies and inspiring stories from around the country and Florida. This Webinar will discuss additional stand-out programs and approaches that have contributed significantly to the growing movement for energy efficiency, alternative energy sources, and green communities.
Maggie Molina, State Policy Program Senior Manager, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, on ACEEE’s state energy efficiency scorecard and the detailed Florida assessment
Brad Copithorne, Energy & Financial Policy Specialist, Environmental Defense Fund, on EDF’s work to creatively provide solutions-to-financing energy efficiency projects, including the unique California on-bill repayment program
Lisa Bacot, Executive Director of the Florida Public Transportation Association, on progressive Florida efforts that have made transportation choices and systems more energy efficient
Anne Blair, Clean Fuels & Bioenergy Program Manaager, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, on SACE’s positive experience with bioenergy programs in the southeastern USA
Amy Meese, Sarasota County Natural Resources Department General Manager, on the county’s “Green Champions” program and its participation in an innovative K-12 education effort
Replays for many of our landmark April Virtual Conference & Clean Energy Showcase sessions will be available starting this week, at: http://www.energysmartplanning.org/Conference_On-Demand.html . Also check out our expansive selection of other on-demand recordings on key topics: http://www.energysmartplanning.org/Replays.html. Continuing education CEUs provided for AICP professionals and CLEs for March event.
Sponsored-by: Future Is Now Foundation & 1000 Friends of Florida
All the best!
Founded in 2002, the Future Is Now Foundation has been a provider of timely online events & services since 2005 and hosts a range of other capacity-building-services in support of public agencies and nonprofits.
1000 Friends of Florida was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in 1986 and works to save special places, fight sprawl, and build better communities.