Local Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Reduction Strategies and Implications for CEQA Practitioners

APA California Chapter, Northern Section


Thursday, July 26, 2018
noon - 1 p.m. PDT

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Please come and join us for lunch and a very timely discussion on GHG reduction strategies at the local level and their implications for CEQA practitioners. Free lunch will be provided and there will be three speakers: Cyndy Comerford from the City of San Jose will present on Climate Smart San Jose and the plan’s future implementation; Arielle Romero from Silicon Valley Power will present on how SVP buys and supplies renewable energy to Santa Clara residents and businesses; and Amie Ashton from David J. Powers & Associates, Inc. will give a presentation on community choice energy programs and GHG reduction strategies implications for CEQA.

Please RSVP by emailing Stephanie Osby: Stephanie.osby@aecom.com.

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Cyndy City of San Jose

Cyndy recently joined the City of San José as a Deputy Director, Environmental Services Department to lead the City’s efforts on climate and sustainability. In this newly created position, Cyndy will oversee programs and initiatives to implement San José’s Climate Smart Plan, which will include strategic planning, public ... Read More

Amie Ashton

Amie Ashton is a Project Manager at David J. Powers & Associates, Inc. She has over 20 years of experience in preparing CEQA and NEPA environmental review documents for a range of public and private sector projects, including infill and high-density residential, commercial, mixed-use, and critical infrastructure projects. She also ... Read More

Arielle Romero

Arielle Romero is an Associate Consultant at Silicon Valley Power since 2011. Read More

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Stephanie Osby, Stephanie.osby@aecom.com