Date: October 10, 2019

Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM

Location: San Diego, CA

Overview

WHEN
Thursday, October 10, 2019
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, with programming beginning at 6:30 PM

WHERE
Cross Campus San Diego
2159 India Street, 2nd Floor
San Diego, CA, 92101

WHAT
Congressman Scott Peters, a long-time environmental champion, released The Climate Playbook this April. The Playbook lays out dozens of bills authored by both Democrats and Republicans, most of which have earned bipartisan support, that would take immediate steps to address climate change. The Playbook represents a dynamic action plan that provides opportunities to reduce emissions from a variety of economic sectors, spur more investment in adaptation and resiliency, and support workers and communities displaced or impacted by this transition to clean energy.

Please join E2, Cleantech San Diego, and the San Diego Green Building Council for a co-hosted event featuring Congressman Peters. We will hear from Mr. Peters on The Climate Playbook, how it is being leveraged to drive federal climate action, and what opportunities lie ahead for Congressional action this session. Congressman Peters will also discuss his opposition to expanded offshore oil drilling (Coauthor-H.R.1941) proposed by the Trump Administration and share what the business community can do to protect Southern California’s vibrant ocean economy.

Drinks and light hors d’oeuvres will be served.

Connect with E2

Take Action - Sign Up for Email Updates


Events - Our Latest Events


BlueJeans WebinarBack in Business: The United States and International Climate Action

On April 22, the Biden administration will host a gathering of international leaders, the first since reaffirming the U.S. commitment to global climate action. As part... (Read More)

Achieving California’s Clean Energy Targets: Where The Rubber Meets The Road

WHAT Profound change is afoot in the quest to meet California’s ambitious decarbonization targets and our state’s electric grid is a critical lynchpin; delivering zero-carbon electricity... (Read More)

ZoomTransitioning to Healthy Homes & Buildings and Clean Jobs

Join us to discuss Colorado’s transition to pollution-free energy and what the means for buildings, homes, and jobs. As Colorado works to ensure a more sustainable... (Read More)

Donate Today