Environment Hamiltons GOLE Project (Greening Our Local Economy), in partnership with Blue Green Canada, wants to get Hamiltonians thinking about the potential that retrofitting homes and buildings holds to conserve energy and create good green jobs. A panel discussion, entitled “Retrofitting Our Future: Can Energy Conservation Create Good Green Jobs?” is being held to jump start community dialogue.
What: Panel Discussion: Retrofitting Our Future: Can Energy Conservation Create Good Green Jobs? When: Monday, June 27th 2011, 7 PM Where: Hamilton Room, Central Branch, Hamilton Public Library (55 York Boulevard)
Please join us for this exploration of the potential contributions retrofitting homes, offices and other buildings for energy conservation could make to the creation of green jobs and green economic development in Hamilton. Whether you are pursuing retraining, looking for work, seeking out green investment opportunities or supportive of a greener, more sustainable future, we encourage you to join the dialogue. Setting the stage- Judy Travis - Executive Director, Hamilton Training Advisory Board. Judy will present relevant highlights from HTAB?s recent report „The Future of the Green Economy.
Followed by a panel discussion with guest panellists including: Brian Smith – Chief Conservation Officer – Horizon Utilities Corporation Pete Wobschall – Executive Director – Green Venture Dave Braden – Dave Braden Homes Charles Honey – Coordinator – Green + Renewable Energy Programs, Mohawk College
Following the panels comments, there will be an opportunity for audience members to engage in dialogue around the potential retrofitting holds to create green jobs and help the environment.
~ This is a free event - No registration required ~
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