Sustainable Atlanta Roundtable: Friday, June 2, 7:30-9:00am | All Saints' Episcopal Church
On May 1st, the Atlanta City Council unanimously passed a resolution committing to run City of Atlanta operations on 100% renewable energy sources by the year 2025, and make the entire city’s energy footprint powered by renewables by 2035. Environmental advocates across the region and across sectors were excited by the prospect of this commitment, but questions linger about how the city might be able to reach this audacious goal.
Water management, airport operations and building efficiency all play significant roles in the total energy use of the city. We will take a look at the overall energy footprint of Atlanta, what City departments are already doing for energy production and demand-side management, and where existing programs can grow to fulfill this commitment. Join us as we convene key players in the management and supply of the City’s energy footprint.
Stephanie Stuckey, Chief Resilience Officer, Mayor's Office of Resilience
Dr. Charles Marshall, Director of Asset Management, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Megan O'Neil, Energy Programs Manager, Mayor's Office of Resilience
Location & Parking:
All Saints' Episcopal Church
634 West Peachtree St
Atlanta, GA 30308
Parking for Roundtable attendees is limited to the bottom parking deck, accessible from Spring Street.
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All Saints' is located directly across West Peachtree St. from the North Avenue MARTA station, available on either the Gold or Red MARTA lines running North/South.
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