October 18, 2023
The Commerce Club | 9:30AM - 2:00PM (ET)
Chief Sustainability Officer,
City of Atlanta
Mayor's Office of Sustainability & Resilience
Deploying Clean Mobility: How to rapidly deploy electric, hydrogen and low-carbon fleets at scale through the introduction of clean energy infrastructure
Downtown’s Role in a Fast Growing Region: Atlanta’s downtown plans are creating a central hub for a new economy, including revitalizing buildings, promoting energy retrofits, and adapting to new work patterns
Learning from Nature: How the concept of biomimicry, and what cities can learn from nature - can impact Atlanta’s future
Utilities in Transformation: How Georgia’s utilities are driving the path to a Net Zero economy
Leveraging Major Events: Plans for the 2026 World Cup and beyond can accelerate growth of innovative new infrastructure solutions, such as green aerial mobility
The Resilient Atlanta: Decarbonization and natural disaster planning in the time of climate change.
Complete and Equitable Neighborhoods: A fast growing economy, as well as action on climate change, must be equitable and support every citizen - we’ll review new strategies for equitable action on climate, as well as how schools are the center of community
Welcome by Conference MC
Opening Presentation: Regionalism and Climate Resilience
Panel 1: Our Climate Economy Opportunity
Atlanta’s fast growing clean energy economy should benefit everyone. How can we ensure the investment flowing into the state stays in the state through a circular economy that benefits local jobs and skills development?
Fireside Chat- Atlanta's Clean Energy Future: Sustainability and Economic Prospects
Presentation: Every Beautiful Thing
Hear the original visionary behind Atlanta’s unfinished Beltline describe the challenges - and lessons - from one of the greenest infrastructure projects in the city’s climate economy.
Table-side breakout discussions
Panel 2: Electrifying Transportation
Georgia is the new “Battery Belt” - a major emerging hub of electric vehicle innovation. This panel will address how the region can make sure it’s a national leader in building the necessary infrastructure to electrify fleets and vehicles, too.
Panel 3: Sustainable Growth and Development
How can Atlanta build the new and affordable housing it needs at the same time as it makes housing and development more environmentally friendly? Join us to explore Atlanta's affordable housing mission, respecting history while fostering sustainable, resilient communities.
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