Date: January 6, 2021

Time: 12:30pm CT

Location: BlueJeans

Overview

The E2 1Hotels Fellowship supports emerging business leaders develop and implement projects that amplify the business and economic case for smart policies to address pressing environmental issues. This is the final webinar in our series showcasing our 2020 fellows who are working on a diverse set of issues ranging from clean water, energy and agriculture.

Please join us for our last showcase to learn more about the fellowship program and hear three of our fellows discuss the progress they have made on their projects.

Featuring

Neda Deylami:

Training Auto Dealerships on Electric Vehicles: Development of a set of curriculums, trainings, and ongoing support to provide auto dealers in the Chicago metro area to increase basic knowledge about EVs and their financial benefits and answer long-term ownership questions from customers.

Jesse Goldstein:

Data-Driven Communication on the Benefits of Sharing to Foster Electric Vehicle Adoption in Low-Income and Disadvantaged Communities: Data-driven analysis to determine the best possible locations for community EV charger sharing networks, conduct market research and outreach campaigns to gauge interest levels, and educate low-income and disadvantaged residents on how to confidently transitions to EVs.

Mary Sketch:

Redefining Rural America’s Resource-Extractive Past: A social case study approach to amplify the voices of historically resource-dependent communities across rural America that are rebuilding their economies by redefining resource-dependence through clean energy solutions.

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