Fw: Registration Now Open: Climate Action Planning in Public and Private Sectors: North Central TX Feb 26


 

See forwarded email:

Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 8:52 AM
Subject: Registration Now Open: Climate Action Planning in Public and Private Sectors

(Note: also sent to NTREG@groups.io
 
Workshop Registration Now Open:
Climate Action Planning in Public and Private Sectors
 
 
The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) would like to make you aware of the following upcoming workshop.


 
Workshop on Climate Action Planning in Public and Private Sectors
February 26th

The Greater Dallas Planning Council, in partnership with the Regional Integration of Sustainability Efforts (RISE), Dallas District 2030, UTA, and NCTCOG, is sponsoring a workshop focusing on sustainability practices and greenhouse gas programs, with a specific emphasis on climate action planning.

The Climate Action Planning in Public and Private Sectors workshop format is intended to facilitate an exchange of information between the private and public sector. Representatives of some of the major corporations in the region will share their programs, policies, and actions they are implementing internally that cities or other local governments can adopt or implement to support and accelerate business-related sustainability programs.

Workshop Purpose:
  • Transfer technology and programs.
  • Establish connections for cooperative actions between cities and the business community.
  • Identify local policies that can accelerate business-related sustainability programs.

Invited Speakers: Oncor, Pepsi, Dallas Builders Association, Dallas 2030 District, Texas Trees Foundation, Western Extrusions, and more!

Some of the questions that will be addressed include the following:

  • Which policies and programs are being adopted by the private sector that could be utilized by the public sector?
  • What do environmental leaders representing businesses see as the greatest opportunities and risks for the region’s environment?
  • Which industry-specific evolving technologies will impact our future environment?
  • Which public policies might be impeding private sector efforts to encourage the development of more sustainable design?
  • What immediate steps should cities be taking to address these issues?

Workshop Details

Date: Wednesday, February 26th, 2020
Time: Noon to 5:00 PM
Location: NCTCOG Offices - 616 Six Flags Drive, Arlington TX
Parking: Free
Registration: $15    Registrations after February 20th will be $25
Lunch: Included
Agenda: Forthcoming
Questions: Contact Mike Carleton at 214.797.6450 or mcarleton@...
To register, please select one of the following registration options.

Click Here to Register for This Event
  • If you haven't registered, join our community
  • It’s easy – give us your email and create a password
  • You’ll be on our list to hear what’s happening in the GDPC community

Click Here for One-Time Event Guest Registration
  • No profile/password needed
  • No receipt
  • No confirmation email
  • Print the payment page using your web browser, if receipt is needed
NCTCOG Staff Contact:
Tamara Cook
Senior Program Manager
Environment and Development Planner
North Central Texas Council of Governments
tcook@...
817-695-9221
 
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NCTCOG E&D
616 Six Flags Drive
Arlington, Tx 76011
United States



 

See forwarded email:

Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 8:52 AM
Subject: Registration Now Open: Climate Action Planning in Public and Private Sectors

(Note: also sent to main@NTREG.groups.io) 
 
Workshop Registration Now Open:
Climate Action Planning in Public and Private Sectors
 
 
The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) would like to make you aware of the following upcoming workshop.


 
Workshop on Climate Action Planning in Public and Private Sectors
February 26th

The Greater Dallas Planning Council, in partnership with the Regional Integration of Sustainability Efforts (RISE), Dallas District 2030, UTA, and NCTCOG, is sponsoring a workshop focusing on sustainability practices and greenhouse gas programs, with a specific emphasis on climate action planning.

The Climate Action Planning in Public and Private Sectors workshop format is intended to facilitate an exchange of information between the private and public sector. Representatives of some of the major corporations in the region will share their programs, policies, and actions they are implementing internally that cities or other local governments can adopt or implement to support and accelerate business-related sustainability programs.

Workshop Purpose:
  • Transfer technology and programs.
  • Establish connections for cooperative actions between cities and the business community.
  • Identify local policies that can accelerate business-related sustainability programs.

Invited Speakers: Oncor, Pepsi, Dallas Builders Association, Dallas 2030 District, Texas Trees Foundation, Western Extrusions, and more!

Some of the questions that will be addressed include the following:

  • Which policies and programs are being adopted by the private sector that could be utilized by the public sector?
  • What do environmental leaders representing businesses see as the greatest opportunities and risks for the region’s environment?
  • Which industry-specific evolving technologies will impact our future environment?
  • Which public policies might be impeding private sector efforts to encourage the development of more sustainable design?
  • What immediate steps should cities be taking to address these issues?

Workshop Details

Date: Wednesday, February 26th, 2020
Time: Noon to 5:00 PM
Location: NCTCOG Offices - 616 Six Flags Drive, Arlington TX
Parking: Free
Registration: $15    Registrations after February 20th will be $25
Lunch: Included
Agenda: Forthcoming
Questions: Contact Mike Carleton at 214.797.6450 or mcarleton@...
To register, please select one of the following registration options.

Click Here to Register for This Event
  • If you haven't registered, join our community
  • It’s easy – give us your email and create a password
  • You’ll be on our list to hear what’s happening in the GDPC community

Click Here for One-Time Event Guest Registration
  • No profile/password needed
  • No receipt
  • No confirmation email
  • Print the payment page using your web browser, if receipt is needed
NCTCOG Staff Contact:
Tamara Cook
Senior Program Manager
Environment and Development Planner
North Central Texas Council of Governments
tcook@...
817-695-9221
 
Click here to add text.
Find us on social media!
 
 
 
 
 

NCTCOG E&D
616 Six Flags Drive
Arlington, Tx 76011
United States


Dharma Dharmarajan
 

Thanks James. I have registered for the Workshop. Dharma.

N. N. Dharmarajan
1109 Amur Street
Mesquite, Texas  75150
(R) - 972-755-4140
(C) - 214-519-4620



On Wed, Jan 15, 2020 at 8:53 AM James Orenstein <jorenstein@...> wrote:
See forwarded email:

Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 8:52 AM
Subject: Registration Now Open: Climate Action Planning in Public and Private Sectors

(Note: also sent to main@NTREG.groups.io
 
Workshop Registration Now Open:
Climate Action Planning in Public and Private Sectors
 
 
The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) would like to make you aware of the following upcoming workshop.


 
Workshop on Climate Action Planning in Public and Private Sectors
February 26th

The Greater Dallas Planning Council, in partnership with the Regional Integration of Sustainability Efforts (RISE), Dallas District 2030, UTA, and NCTCOG, is sponsoring a workshop focusing on sustainability practices and greenhouse gas programs, with a specific emphasis on climate action planning.

The Climate Action Planning in Public and Private Sectors workshop format is intended to facilitate an exchange of information between the private and public sector. Representatives of some of the major corporations in the region will share their programs, policies, and actions they are implementing internally that cities or other local governments can adopt or implement to support and accelerate business-related sustainability programs.

Workshop Purpose:
  • Transfer technology and programs.
  • Establish connections for cooperative actions between cities and the business community.
  • Identify local policies that can accelerate business-related sustainability programs.

Invited Speakers: Oncor, Pepsi, Dallas Builders Association, Dallas 2030 District, Texas Trees Foundation, Western Extrusions, and more!

Some of the questions that will be addressed include the following:

  • Which policies and programs are being adopted by the private sector that could be utilized by the public sector?
  • What do environmental leaders representing businesses see as the greatest opportunities and risks for the region’s environment?
  • Which industry-specific evolving technologies will impact our future environment?
  • Which public policies might be impeding private sector efforts to encourage the development of more sustainable design?
  • What immediate steps should cities be taking to address these issues?

Workshop Details

Date: Wednesday, February 26th, 2020
Time: Noon to 5:00 PM
Location: NCTCOG Offices - 616 Six Flags Drive, Arlington TX
Parking: Free
Registration: $15    Registrations after February 20th will be $25
Lunch: Included
Agenda: Forthcoming
Questions: Contact Mike Carleton at 214.797.6450 or mcarleton@...
To register, please select one of the following registration options.

Click Here to Register for This Event
  • If you haven't registered, join our community
  • It’s easy – give us your email and create a password
  • You’ll be on our list to hear what’s happening in the GDPC community

Click Here for One-Time Event Guest Registration
  • No profile/password needed
  • No receipt
  • No confirmation email
  • Print the payment page using your web browser, if receipt is needed
NCTCOG Staff Contact:
Tamara Cook
Senior Program Manager
Environment and Development Planner
North Central Texas Council of Governments
tcook@...
817-695-9221
 
Click here to add text.
Find us on social media!
 
 
 
 
 

NCTCOG E&D
616 Six Flags Drive
Arlington, Tx 76011
United States