An Oppenheim Lecture featuring Allan Jones, Chief Development Officer, Energy and Climate Change, City of SydneyReservations are required. RSVP by Wednesday, October 9, 2013. Allan Jones led the London Climate Agency, Thameswey Limited in Great Britain, and now Sydney, Australia, towards sustainable self-sufficiency in local energy and water. He will explain the Sydney 2030 Green Infrastructure Plan, based on the best world renewable energy and water practices. This plan will see the city’s electricity, heating, cooling, and water needs met by local renewable and sustainable sources by 2030. He will tell us why the Los Angeles Region, with a similar climate and similar climate change risks as Sydney, can also take this remarkable course. Co-sponsored by: The Energy Coalition and Australian Consulate General, Los AngelesCo-hosted by: UCLA’s Law School Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment and Luskin Center for InnovationMetered parking available in Lot 4. Public transportation stops at UCLA.For Inquiries: LSevents@support.ucla.edu or (310) 825-4038.Photo credit: Sydney Theatre Company Solar Project, photograph by Sue Murray
Water and Energy Efficiency for a Hotter, Drier Climate: Sustainable Local Water and Energy Resources in Cities
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