Quantifying Greenhouse Gas Reductions from Land-use Policy
A Climate Smart Communities Webinar
Thursday, October 18, 2012
10:30 a.m. - Noon
The New York State Climate Smart Communities program, in cooperation
with Rutgers University's Bloustein School of Planning and Public
Policy, a NYSERDA contractor, will present a webinar titled "Quantifying
GHG Reductions from Land-use Policy Change" at 10:30 a.m., Thursday
October 18, 2012.
This webinar will feature a discussion of current research on measuring and projecting greenhouse gas emissions reductions resulting from land-use and transportation policies. The full agenda is listed below.
The webinar will be accessible to anyone via an Internet connection and telephone. Webinar participants must use the telephone call-in number; no audio signal will be transmitted over the Internet. To join the webinar, go to www.webdialogs.com, click the “Join a meeting” button and enter Conference ID 78425 in the “Meeting Login” screen.
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Please respond with both your name and community affiliation via either e-mail or telephone to the Office of Climate Change at email@example.com or 518-402-8323. Include the phrase "October 18 Webinar" in the subject line of your response e-mail by October 17. In the event that we have to cancel or postpone this webinar, respondents will be notified by e-mail.
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Information on the Climate Smart Communities program is available at www.dec.ny.gov/energy/50845.html.
Quantifying GHG Reductions from Land-use Policy
Mark Lowery and Kim Farrow, New York State Department of Environmental
Veda Truesdale (Bloustein School, Rutgers University) – Research
update. Factors influencing the effectiveness of local land-use
Jerry Walters (Fehr & Peers) – Tools for local governments to assess
Kevin Shively (Nelson\Nygaard Consulting Associates) – The story of
Jeffrey Perlman (North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority) –
Evaluating the effectiveness of climate change strategies in northern
Questions, Answers and Discussion