We’re looking forward to hearing from leaders in sustainable development at this month’s Sustainable Cities Roundtable with King County Green Tools! This session is focused on Clean Heating and how homeowners, neighborhoods, and entire cities can work towards becoming free of oil as a home heating source. Oil heat is the most expensive type of heat out there, and its costs can fluctuate substantially. Heating your home with an oil furnace also emits large amounts of carbon, worsens air quality and contributes to negative health impacts.
Featured speakers will include:
Cassandra Delaune is a national leader in sustainable development practices and technologies, specializing in built environment strategy, business, efficiency and progress. Cassandra is a founding board member of the Seattle 2030 district, which works with public and private stakeholders to reduce Seattle’s carbon footprint.
Reed Brodersen has worked as an independent consultant assisting organizations in long-term sustainability planning and conducting community marketing initiatives to motivate behavior change. He also conducted policy research for the Mayor of Lincoln, Nebraska, focusing on bike share and solar PV policy.
Roel Hammerschlag is the principal of Hammerschlag & Co. LLC. Areas of professional focus are greenhouse gas inventories, greenhouse gas regulation, communication of climate science, life-cycle assessments of fuels, and fates of nuclear waste.
Smart Buildings Center | 1200 12th Ave S, Suite 110
Thursday, April 13, 2017 | 12:00 – 1:30 PM
206-538-0685 | www.smartbuildingscenter.org