On Thursday, January 30th, Managing Partner Kenneth A. Lewis will speak on a panel discussion about the Climate Mobilization Act. Passed in 2019 by the New York City Council, the legislation includes a requirement that buildings measuring 25,000 square feet or larger reduce carbon emissions by 40% before or by 2030, and by 80% before or by 2050.
Panelists will discuss how owners and developers throughout the city can best prepare for meeting those targets. Discussion topics will include Climate Mobilization Act requirements, low-carbon HVAC technologies, developer approaches for compliance, and added-values for low-carbon buildings.
Lewis will be joined on the panel by Kelly Dougherty, Vice President at FirstService Energy; Marc Kotler, Senior Vice President, New Development Group at FirstService Residential; Scott Walsh, Senior Development Manager at Lendlease; Marc Zulaga, CEO at Steven Winter Associates; and Elizabeth Kelly, Senior Policy Advisor at the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability. The event, hosted by FirstService Residential, is by invitation only.
The Effects of the Climate Mobilization Act on Building Owners and Developers
Thursday, January 30
The American Copper Building
This event is by invitation only.