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We'll Always Have Paris: How Cities Can Lead

March 27, 2018 -
7:30am to 8:45am
Wisconsin Academy Steenbock Offices • Lobby • Madison
Tuesday, March 27, 2018 -
7:30am to 8:45am

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1922 University Avenue Lobby
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During the fall of 2017 and winter/spring of 2018, the Wisconsin Academy's Environmental Breakfast Series had the theme, We’ll Always Have Paris. Following President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Accord in June, a number of cities, states, universities, businesses and other groups across the country have committed to collectively achieving the United States’ greenhouse gas emission reduction goal (26-28% reduction from 2005 levels by 2025). This series (topics and prentation PPTs listed below) explored the ways that Wisconsin residents and groups can locally contribute to reaching global climate goals.

As a part of our We'll Always Have Paris series of Environmenal Breakfasts, Michael Vickerman, Program & Policy Director, RENEW Wisconsin and Richard Heinemann, Attorney, Boardman & Clark LLP, discuss how “How cities can lead” when it comes to clean energy and mitigating climate change.

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Richard Heinemann provides legal services to a wide range of municipalities and local governments in Wisconsin and throughout the upper Midwest. His primary focus is energy law, but his practice extends to all areas of municipal utility service, including water, wastewater, broadband and telecommunications.

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