The Roundtable will kick off with a couple of short (5 minute) presentations on carbon mitigation actions and regulations at the state and city levels, followed by a short overview of how circular economic principles can serve to support carbon mitigation efforts. This is all followed by a roundtable discussion.
This is unique opportunity to discuss decarbonization strategies with representatives from the City of Boston and the State.
Jim Newman, Principal, Linnean Solutions
DiAnn Tufts and Jim Newman are co-facilitators of the New England Living Future Collaborative. Both are Living Future Ambassadors.
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