Cities like Petaluma, states like California and New York, and whole countries like the Netherlands are starting to phase out gas in their buildings. Director of the Building Decarbonization Coalition Panama Bartholomy will discuss the movement to get the fastest growing source of climate pollution in the world, natural gas, out of buildings.
- What is wrong with gas
- What the alternatives are
- Why all-electric buildings of today are different than of the past
- What policies and programs are coming to help you make the switch
Friday, April 3rd from 12:00-1:00 PM – Join us for this first ever Virtual Climate Chat via Zoom! https://zoom.us/j/219682909
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Bio: Panama Bartholomy is not a futurist. He is not a Block-chain expert. He is not part of the Internet of Things. He is not providing THE platform for anything. Panama is the Director of the Building Decarbonization Coalition, a multi-forum advocating for and creating solutions to our pollution-intensive building stock. He has worked for the Investor Confidence Project, the California Legislature, the Commission, the State Architect and Conservation Corps. Panama served on the City of Sacramento Planning Commission and the County of Sacramento Environmental Commission, and is a former board member on the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and past president of the Northern California Chapter of the USGBC. He has worked on climate solutions in over 30 countries, presented at and on products from the United Nations, the International Energy Agency, and the European Commission.