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Sustainability and the Pace of Change: Friend or Foe?

Thursday, November 21, 2019 23 Cheshvan 5780

6:30 PM - 8:00 PMB'nai Havurah

The facilitators will lead the audience in a dialogue and mental journey through the transformations in energy and sustainability from the post-World War II boom to the present. There will be a particular focus and discussion on "where the trend lines are taking us", including some crisp opinions from the presenters. Their conclusions may surprise you.


Bob Stephens had a 41-year career in technical sales and marketing in electric energy sector, beginning with Westinghouse and ultimately retiring from GE.  During the last 20 years he was deeply engaged in business development for renewables beginning with wind energy development in the mid 90’s and expanding to solar after 2010.


Jerry Tinianow is the proprietor of Western Urban Sustainability Advisors, LLC. He is an award-winning sustainability professional who draws expertise from multiple disciplines. He recently served for seven years as the first Chief Sustainability Officer of the City and County of Denver, Colorado. He worked with all of its departments to produce sustainability success stories at scale. He previously worked at the regional level, directing the Office of Energy and Environment at the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission. In addition to urban and regional sustainability, he worked in wildlife and habitat conservation as the Ohio executive director of the National Audubon Society. 


Sustainability and the Pace of Change: Friend or Foe? is a Chachamim/Wise Guys program.


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