Plan 2030: Pathway to Decarbonize Columbia University’s Campuses

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Columbia Climate School
September 23, 2021

In April 2021, Columbia released a ten-year sustainability plan that aligns the campus with the Paris Climate Agreement by using science-based targets to guide a pathway for the University campuses to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. The event will provide an overview of the Plan 2030 and its key commitments, then move into a panel discussion about activity underway to advance the goals this coming year, and the role that students and faculty play in supporting the University to meet its goal.

Panelists:

Jessica Prata - Assistant Vice President, Environmental Stewardship Office at Columbia

Izzy Seckler - Undergraduate Student, Columbia College ‘23

Jason Smerdon - Lamont Research Professor in the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory; Earth Institute Faculty, Earth Institute

Indrajeet Viswanathan - Director of Energy Management and Sustainability, Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Dan Zarrilli (moderator) - Special Advisor, Climate and Sustainability 

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