Creating a Cool City: 15 Years of Sustainability Initiatives in Chula Vista

  • 11 Dec 2014
  • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Energy Innovation Center 4760 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. San Diego, CA 92117
  • 3

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Please join us for the EXISTING BUILDINGS committee's last breakfast meeting of 2014 on Thursday, Dec. 11th 

"Creating a Cool City"

15 Years of Sustainability Initiatives in Chula Vista 

Guest Speaker BRENDAN REED            Environmental Resource Manager, City of Chula Vista 

“Creating a Cool City” will explore the City of Chula Vista’s experience developing and implementing a Climate Action Plan over the last 15 years to drive sustainability initiatives across sectors, including existing residential and commercial building stock. I will share lessons learned regarding stakeholder engagement and implementation monitoring as well as debunk some common Climate Action Plan “myths.”


Brendan Reed is the Environmental Resource Manager for the City of Chula Vista where he is responsible for the development of programs and policies dealing with health, equity, and sustainability. As part of these efforts, Brendan coordinates a multi-departmental team tasked with implementing climate action and livable communities strategies to lower Chula Vista’s greenhouse gas emissions and to reduce future risks from climate change impacts, respectively. Brendan Reed also represents the City of Chula Vista on numerous regional and statewide working groups including the San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative and the League of California Cities’ Environmental Quality Policy Committee. His professional certifications include being a LEED Accredited Professional (US Green Building Council) and a Certified Energy Manager (Association of Energy Engineers).      

 

We are grateful for the continued support of SDG&E and the Energy Innovation Center for hosting this event

Breakfast will be served.

Space is limited so please register for this free event at: www.http://usgbc-sd.org


   
     

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