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7 06, 2019

Experts and leaders addressing the “Future of Transportation” in Redwood City

2020-06-11T16:18:49-05:00

Peninsula Family Service, a nonprofit serving local families in four Bay Area Counties - including San Mateo County - organized "The Future of Transportation: Clean Energy & Transformation" event as part of its Thought Leader Series.  The May 15, 2019 event was co-sponsored by Sustainable San Mateo County (SSMC) along with Peninsula Clean Energy (PCE) and Thrive.  It included 3 keynote speakers and a panel discussion.  There were over 50 guests attending. The discussion revolved around issues of increasing carbon emissions from conventional transportation and pathways to switch to alternative options for transportation, including Electric Vehicles (EVs).  The speakers also [...]

Experts and leaders addressing the “Future of Transportation” in Redwood City2020-06-11T16:18:49-05:00
21 11, 2018

SSMC Indicators Report Launch Event highlights local successes

2020-06-11T16:16:48-05:00

Six speakers offered ideas on reducing carbon emissions at a Sustainable San Mateo County (SSMC) luncheon on November 1 unveiling the 22nd annual Indicators Report, which focuses on climate change. Sponsored by and Peninsula Clean Energy, the event welcomed over 100 attendees and exhibitors, and was supported by a team of SSMC's volunteers. The updated Indicators Report is available on SSMC's website, featuring a special report on Climate Change Action. Addressing the crowd at the Oracle Conference Center in Redwood City, Christine Kohl-Zaugg, SSMC's executive director, said the recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) United Nations report on climate [...]

SSMC Indicators Report Launch Event highlights local successes2020-06-11T16:16:48-05:00
30 06, 2018

SSMC June 2018 Event: Speakers Give Tips on Engaging Communities

2018-06-30T09:38:54-05:00

"There's no question that climate change is the challenge of our time," Supervisor Dave Pine told those attending a Sustainable San Mateo County event called "Mobilize Your Community to Solve Climate Change" on June 15 at the San Carlos Public Library. The San Mateo County supervisor explained how that message was driven home to him during a recent trip to Australia, where he snorkeled among coral reefs and some of the world's oldest rain forests, which are in danger of disappearing due to extreme temperatures. "I was wondering if I'm going to be one of the last people to see [...]

SSMC June 2018 Event: Speakers Give Tips on Engaging Communities2018-06-30T09:38:54-05:00
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