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Accelerating the Global Clean Energy Transition (San Francisco, CA) EcoSalon

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 (5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Pacific)
E2 and The Climate Registry (TCR) would like to invite their members and participants of the Subnational-Clean Energy Ministerial to a special event, “Accelerating the Global Clean Energy Transition,” on May 31st in San Francisco.

Speakers include: Robert B. Weisenmiller, Chair, California Energy Commission; Lynn M. Orr, Under Secretary for Science and Energy, Department of Energy; and David Rosenheim, Executive Director, The Climate Registry.

The event will provide an opportunity to learn more about two critical meetings on energy that are happening in San Francisco on June 1-2: The Seventh Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM7), which is an annual forum of the Energy ministers from 23 participating countries and the European Commission to come together to assess progress and guide work under the concrete and transformative clean energy initiatives; and the The Subnational-Clean Energy Ministerial (Sub-CEM), which will involve participants from states, regions, provinces, and cities that have or are interested in signing/endorsing the Under 2 MOU.

This year’s CEM (CEM7) is a key step after the Paris U.N. Convention of Parties climate change talks, and will focus on the policies and technologies needed to implement the commitments made in Paris. Join us for this special preview event in which we discuss the best path forward to accelerating the global clean energy transition and meet the people who are helping us make that transition.

Please contact Victoria Brinkerhoff for more information.

NRDC's 6th Annual Farm to Table Dinner (NYC) SpecialEvent

Wednesday, June 1, 2016 (7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Eastern)

E2 and City Energy Project are sponoring The Current's happy hour and networking event (Chicago, IL) SpecialEvent

Thursday, June 2, 2016 (5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Eastern)
The Current is a collaborative monthly happy hour and networking series. On the first Thursday of every month, entrepreneurs, corporate leaders, nonprofits, technologists, and investors are invited to Coalition: Energy's downtown coworking space to network, discuss, and celebrate the buzzing energy innovation community in Chicago.
 
E2 will be discussing our growth in the Midwest and ways for you to get involved.

The City Energy Project will also be presenting on its national initiative to create healthier and more prosperous American cities by improving the energy efficiency of buildings. The pioneering actions of the cities involved in the City Energy Project, including Chicago, will be models for communities nationwide and around the world.

NRDC's Sunday Supper: Waste Not, Want Not Spring Benefit (San Francisco) Benefit

Sunday, June 5, 2016 (5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Pacific)
Please join NRDC for a Sunday Supper: Waste Not, Want Not on June 5th in San Francisco. Five world-famous chefs from Atelier Crenn, Bar Tartine, Jardinière, and The Perennial will prepare a dinner sourced from food scraps collected from their respective restaurants at The Perennial. NRDC program experts will discuss why we need to "Save the Food", a major national public service campaign recently launched by NRDC and the Ad Council to combat food waste.

To purchase tickets, please visit: www.nrdc.org/wastenotwantnot

Keeping the Lights on with Clean Green Power (Boston) EcoSalon

Thursday, June 9, 2016 (12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern)
As Massachusetts and New England face the looming threat of climate change it is clear that we must fundamentally change our energy system. Can we actually support our growing economy with a combination of renewable energy and energy efficiency? Do we need more natural gas? Or are safer, more cost-effective solutions available? What is the role of offshore wind and when will it be price competitive? Where will we get new base load power once older plants retire? Please join our distinguished experts who will explore the answers to these urgent questions. For questions, contact ying@e2.org.


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