The National Capital Area Chapter of the U.S. Association for Energy Economics is offering a tour of the Washington Gas Light training facility in Springfield, VirginiaMore Details
CSIS Energy and National Security Program is pleased to host a most distinguished group of experts to discuss the outlook for global oil markets. Please join us!More Details
This February 21 event will examine China’s NEV initative. Feng An (Innovation Center for Energy and Technology, iCET) will cruise through China’s NEV roadmap, as well as the economic, environmental, and energy security implications of the initiative. Scott Kennedy (CSIS) sees systemic economic roadblacks that could lead the initiative to fall far short of its goals to phase out combsustion engine vehicles by 2050.More Details
Do you think people should talk about climate change more? We are taking action–Citizens’ Climate Lobby is partnering with students at Georgetown to do outreach. Want to table with us? We will bring the materials, the spunky spirit, and the pro-tips for those who are new. RSVP for more details.More Details
February’s Adaptation Community Meeting will focus on three examples of CEADIR’s support for climate adaptation.More Details
Please join Physicians for Social Responsibility for drinks, light fare and a conversation with key activists who will discuss these and other aspects of the Green New Deal. All current and future PSR members are welcome. This a free event but reservations are required and there is limited seating available.More Details
You’re invited to the post-holiday party and winter fundraiser that brings out everyone in the industry from across the DMV – USGBC National Capital Region’s Green Tie Affair! By popular demand, we’re returning for the second year in a row to District Winery, DC’s only operational commercial winery, which is located in DC’s lively The Yards waterfront neighborhood. Join 300 of your colleagues for an evening of networking while enjoying beautiful views of the Anacostia River boardwalk. We’ll have an array of hors d’oeuvres and an open bar featuring local beer and delicious wines made onsite. Proceeds from this event will support our local education, advocacy, and community outreach initiatives.
This year’s event is themed “Sub-zero,” as we celebrate and recognize the amazing work being done in our community to push the needle to zero and beyond. Net-zero energy, net-zero carbon, net-zero waste, and more – this event will highlight the groundbreaking projects, technologies and policy work that has made the DMV a leader in the global net-zero movement.
Join us and raise a glass to net-zero innovation and to the cool possibility of a regenerative future beyond. Together we can make the DC region a greener, healthier, resilient place to live, work, and play!
Please note: Ticket refunds can be issued up to two weeks before this event, but a 20% service fee will be withheld. Tickets cannot be refunded less than two weeks before the event.More Details