E2 Quarterly Update
Q4 2016 | October

E2 NYC Climate Week Event on Growing Clean Energy, Jobs and Communities
By Bob Keefe

Last month, E2 New York and our partner Civic Hall hosted a networking event and discussion, “Growing Clean Energy, Jobs and Communities,” as part of New York City Climate Week. Nearly 50 young entrepreneurs and others attended the gathering, which featured Brett Van Aalsburg, CEO of waste management company Industrial Organic; Donna DeConstanzo, NRDC’s Director of Northeast Energy & Sustainable Communities; E2 Executive Director Bob Keefe and Peter Shanley, E2 member and head of partnerships for Civic Hall. Special thanks to Peter and Civic for hosting the event.
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