[SPN-Discussion] GreenHomeNYC Monthly Forum: The Heart of the NYC Green New Deal - LL97 - Wed, Oct 16th, 2019 at 6:30 PM
gregory at greenhomenyc.org
Thu Oct 3 20:13:49 PDT 2019
*Monthly Forum: The Heart of the NYC Green New Deal - LL97*
New York City recently enacted one of the most revolutionary initiatives in
its history, aimed at reducing the city's greenhouse gas emissions. The
Climate Mobilization Act (nicknamed by some as "a Green New Deal for New
York City") significantly limits carbon emissions for most buildings larger
than 25,000 square feet. The centerpiece, known as Local Law 97, compels
medium-to-large building owners to reduce emissions by, typically, around
40% by 2030. With nearly 60% of these buildings being residential, many of
our homes are about to undergo significant transformation.
This month's Forum will focus on LL97 and its impact on NYC's residential
buildings. How will it affect where YOU live?
* How will management comply with LL97 in your building?
* How will it affect your wallet, your building's amenities and your
quality of life at home?
* How will it affect affordable and rent-regulated buildings?
*Date*: Wednesday, October 16, 2019
*Time*: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
*Place*: Knoll Showroom, 1330 Ave of the Americas, 2nd floor, New York, NY,
*REGISTER HERE!* <https://greenhomenyc-oct2019-ll97.eventbrite.com>
Speakers for the event will include:
*Cristina Garcia* <https://www.linkedin.com/in/cristina-garcia-a9bb1686/>,
Policy Advisor, NYC Mayor's Office of Sustainability
Coordinator, Urban Green Council
*Paul Reale <https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-reale-meme-leed-ap-73b9871/>*,
Director of Building Operations Research and Training, CUNY Building
About our speakers:
Cristina Garcia is a Policy Advisor in New York City Mayor’s Office of
Sustainability, working on an energy efficiency technical assistance
program, the NYC Retrofit Accelerator which has helped building owners in
NYC complete energy efficiency, clean energy, and water efficiency projects
in close to 3,000 buildings. She also serves and the NYC lead on building
electrification initiatives, which includes research and collaboration with
the utilities and the State to scale up air source heat pumps and other
clean heating and cooling technologies. Cristina holds a Masters and
Bachelors in Environmental Engineering from The City College of New York.
Anna supports Urban Green’s research and policy projects, including recent
work related to Urban Green’s 80x50 Buildings Partnership and producing
informational resources for NYC’s LL97. She is responsible for identifying
and executing studies that reveal industry trends and influence building
design. She has research experience with innovative building technologies,
occupant health impacts and carbon and energy tracking and predictions.
Prior to joining Urban Green, she worked on the Brooklyn Navy Yard
development project, and conducted research at Building Energy Exchange and
Greenpeace Australia Pacific. Anna holds a B.A. in Economics and
Environmental Analysis & Policy from Boston University.
Paul Reale is Director of Building Operations Research and Training at the
CUNY Building Performance Lab where they develop techniques to help
building operators improve operational energy efficiency. Paul started his
career as an engineer at Bell Labs. He has 25 years of experience blending
engineering work with instructing and training management, he founded an
energy efficiency startup in 2008, and he started his work with the
Building Performance Lab in 2014. Paul also teaches energy code to
architects and engineers, mentors college student interns, and supervises
graduate students in sustainability at City College of New York. He holds
two degrees in mechanical engineering, is a LEED AP and serves on the board
of the non-profit GreenHomeNYC.
Gregory Thomas <http://www.linkedin.com/in/gregorynathanielthomas> |
Monthly Forums Planning Committee | GreenHomeNYC | gregory at greenhomenyc.org
<gregory at GreenHomeNYC.org>
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