Pace Power Shift (PLV)
How will New York be powered in 2050? Join the conversation at the BioEthics Forum XXIII on the Great New York Power Shift: Transitioning to a Low Carbon Future on March 12 in PLV.
The Gen En Campaign at Pace University is about building the pillars of our clean and efficient energy future around the environment, entrepreneurship, and engagement.
And there’s no better place to be than right here in New York State, which is looking to set new standards for system resiliency, market innovation, community involvement, carbon reduction, and environmental protection.
It's one thing to talk about moving beyond fossil fuels to a zero-carbon energy menu for the Empire State; it's another to take the steps that could achieve this great transition. Where are the hurdles, both technical and political? What innovations are most likely to surmount those obstacles? What's the role of government, business, and citizens?
On Thursday, March 12, join a conversation with leading experts, in person or online, at the Great New York Power Shift—Transitioning to a Low Carbon Future.
Thursday, March 12
10:15 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Butcher Suite, Kessel Student Center
>> Karl R. Rábago, Executive Director at Pace Law School Energy and Climate Center
>> Mark Z. Jacobson, Director of the Atmosphere/Energy Program at Stanford University, Cofounder of the Solutions Project
>> Andrew C. Revkin, Moderator, Senior Fellow for Environmental Understanding at Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies, Blogger at The New York Times’ "Dot Earth" Blog
The event is free and open to the public.
Add to the conversation with #PacePowerShift on Twitter.
More information, including instructions on live streaming, can be found at www.pace.edu/GenEn.
Bioethics Forum XXIII is co-sponsored by Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society and Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies’ Gen En Campaign.
Contact Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies at (914) 773-3091 or email@example.com.
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