Sustainable Waterloo Educational Forum: The Region of Waterloo’s GHG Reduction Plan
There are a number of Observing Organizations within the Regional Carbon Initiative (RCI) that not only recognize the importance of setting a greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction target but also creating a plan to reach that goal. Since joining the RCI in April 2010, the Region of Waterloo has set an example for Observing Organizations looking to make GHG reduction commitments: they have identified their annual GHG emissions to be 148,000 tonnes and have set a 14% reduction target per capita.
In this educational forum, David Roewade, the Region’s Environmental Sustainability Planner, will share the Region’s process of using the support provided by Sustainable Waterloo to create a thorough GHG inventory and action plan to reach a practical reduction target that balances environmental and financial responsibility with community need. Sustainable Waterloo Educational Forum: The Region of Waterloo’s GHG Reduction Plan
Where: The Region of Waterloo’s Community Health and Social Services Building, 99 Regina Street South, 5th Floor, Waterloo
When: May 27, 2011
Time: 7:30am – 9:30am
Cost: Regional Carbon Initiative Members: no fee (with promotional code) Non-members: $40.00 (plus HST).
Breakfast is included.
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