NY CITY, STATE OFFICIALS TO DISCUSS GREEN PARTNERSHIPS WITH UNIVERSITIES, INDUSTRY AT CLIMATE WEEK EVENT
NEW YORK, NY (09/22/2021) (readMedia)-- After a summer of storms made worse by climate change, City and State officials will discuss partnerships with universities and industries on Thursday at a Climate Week event to advance climate science and the development of clean energy, sustainable design and construction, and resilient communities in New York.
This panel session, hosted by Stony Brook University, will explore the role of universities and industries in helping New York meet its climate goals, and how we might improve university-industry-government-community connections to improve our environment and our economy.
Jon Longtin, Interim Dean, College of Engineering & Applied Sciences; Paul Shepson, Dean, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences; Adele Ferranti, Director, Workforce Development and Training, NYSERDA; Patricia Malone, Associate Vice President for Professional Education at Stony Brook; David C. Hamilton, COO Advanced Energy Center; Nse Esema, VP, Smart and Sustainable Cities, NYC EDC; James Misewich, Associate Laboratory Director for Energy and Photon Sciences, Brookhaven National Laboratory; Marie-Lou Picherit, Innovation Manager, Orsted
A panel session exploring the role of universities in helping communities meet the climate challenge, from NYC to worldwide.
|WHEN:||Thursday September 23, 2021 at 03:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)|
|WHERE:||Zoom (info below)