PennFuture will host two global warming conferences at opposite ends of the Commonwealth. First, we’ll be in the Southwest talking about how clean energy can lead to a cool Pittsburgh. Then we’ll be in the Northeast to discuss global warming and its potential to wreck recreation. Details on our region's event are below.
Clean Energy for a Cool Pittsburgh
Sunday, April 3, 1:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Registration, networking and refreshments
from 1:00-1:30 p.m.
Power Center, 1015 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Space at this conference is limited, so register today.
For information about exhibit space, contact Tiffany Hickman at 412-258-6682.
(free for allied public interest organizations)
Changing how we use energy and what kinds of energy we use are the most important things we can do to combat global warming and clean our air. The Pittsburgh region can lead and build our clean energy economy and create green jobs or we can ignore the problem and lag behind, continuing our legacy of creating deadly pollution that causes our children and jobs to leave the area.
This conference provides a road map for a cleaner future, with national and local experts in clean energy, electricity generation, transportation and buildings leading the charge. You’ll leave the event empowered with the information you need to take action personally and to create the vitally needed new policies in the Pittsburgh region, statewide and nationally.
Our speakers include:
Conference is free to PennFuture members and students (with ID); $10 for all others. Space is limited and registration is required.
Parking is available at the facility. Click here for full details.
Register today so you don’t miss it!