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The time for “Do less harm” has passed. It’s time for the beginning of being; the beginning of a Living Future. Join us next April for Living Future 2015. We’ll explore a genuine sense of place and community as the bellwether of truly restorative design.

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Thursday, April 2 • 10:30am - 12:30pm
Getting to Net Zero in Cambridge, MA: driving community-level emission reduction strategies

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A community-led petition charted Cambridge, Massachusetts on a path to becoming a net zero community. Throughout 2014, the "Getting to Net Zero Task Force," a group of local experts met monthly to develop a roadmap to becoming a net zero community. This session will reveal the framework and tools used to drive this complex and ambitious initiative, including building and maintaining broad community support. Participants will be engaged to think creatively about how to generate community support and drive action toward net zero. Suitable for public and private sector audience, with intermediate familiarity with building retrofits and low-carbon energy applications.

Speakers
avatar for Barbra Batshalom

Barbra Batshalom

Executive Director, Sustainable Performance Institute
Barbra Batshalom has been a leader in sustainability since founding the Green Roundtable in 1998 and the USGBC Affiliate in MA in 2000. She is currently founder and president of the Sustainable Performance Institute, dedicated to institutionalizing sustainability in organizations and communities around the world. Her work focuses on the intersection of systems, processes, technology and culture. With a diverse background of fine arts, social... Read More →
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Ellen Kokinda

Assistant Planner, City of Cambridge
Ellen Kokinda is an Assistant Planner in the Community Development Department for the City of Cambridge. Working for Cambridge, she aspires to help the city clearly communicate city goals and to strategically respond to community needs. Currently, Ellen is involved in the city’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through the development of a long range net zero action plan. Prior to working in Cambridge, Ellen helped launch an... Read More →
avatar for Rachel Moscovich

Rachel Moscovich

Senior Planner, Integral Group
Rachel is an experienced strategist and project manager with nine years of experience in the sustainability and green building field. Her work experience ranges from policy development to greenhouse gas accounting to program design and project management. At Integral Group, Rachel supports a broad range of public and private sector clients on developing sustainability targets, action plans, and policy and program implementation. With a background... Read More →



Thursday April 2, 2015 10:30am - 12:30pm
Issaquah Room Sheraton Hotel

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