Free webinars focusing on the latest information on climate change impacts, decision-making, and resilience
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NJ Climate Change Resource Center
Spring Climate Academy
The NJ Climate Change
Resource Center (NJCCRC) is excited to offer 4 additional free
webinars focusing on the latest information on climate change
impacts, decision-making, and resilience within the Garden State.
The NJCCRC is dedicated to supporting informed climate action in
the public, private, non-governmental and community levels
throughout New Jersey.
— Events are free, but registration is
Changing Landscape of
New Jersey's Clean Energy Programs
Join Christine Sadovy, Chief of Staff
of the NJ Board of Public Utilities, for a discussion on energy
policy in NJ. Ms. Sadovy will discuss how this policy has evolved
over time along with ongoing efforts to achieve the state's
greenhouse gas emissions reductions goals. An overview of
programs, including those to support even the most vulnerable and
underserved communities in improving energy efficiency, will be
highlighted. This event will be followed by two more detailed
webinars for those interested in residential (March 19th) and
commercial/industrial (March 26th) opportunities for energy
The reduction of greenhouse gases begins at
home. In this webinar, Kerri Ann Lombardi and Michele
Calabrese, Outreach Account Managers for New Jersey's Clean
Energy Program, will share more detailed information on how
residents can save energy, thereby reducing greenhouse gas
emissions. Along with the benefits of conserving energy, Ms.
Lombardi and Mr. Calabrese will also discuss the financial
benefits available through New Jersey's Clean Energy Program.
Reducing the Climate
Footprint of New Jersey Commercial and
Along with transportation and residential,
the commercial and industrial sector accounted for 93% of NJ's
total net emissions in 2018. Join John Sousa and Ivelisse
Perez, Outreach Account Managers for New Jersey's Clean
Energy Program, for information on how those in the commercial
and industrial sector can take advantage of the statewide program
to save energy and the environment. Mr. Sousa and Ms. Perez will
address strategies for increasing energy efficiency and reducing
emissions for multiple family dwellings, businesses, and local
governments, with a focus on equity.
Climate change will have a significant
impact on the coastal forests of the Northeastern United States.
Join Dr. Richard Lathrop and Rachael Sacatelli
(Rutgers University) along with Glen Carleton (USGS) as
they present the latest on how coastal forests regionally and in
NJ are responding to rising seas and storm intensity. They will
then share how this information can be used in decision making
and potential management approaches.
1 CEU for ASFPM is
available and CEUs for APA have been requested.
The Black Emergency Managers Association International
BLACK FIRE BRIGADE
African Public Health Coalition
Upward African Women
Mission is to increase the diversity of corporate America by increasing the diversity of business school faculty. We attract African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans and Native Americans to business Ph.D. programs, and provide a network of peer support on their journey to becoming professors.