The Center for Green Schools and K-12 Climate Action with the Aspen Institute invite you to join our engaging spring webinar series focused on setting schools and school districts on a path to low carbon operations.
The last session in the webinar series will help school leaders prioritize a process for tracking, visualizing, and communicating operational data for energy, water, waste, and transportation impacts. Attention to tracking and monitoring will ensure school systems can make informed decisions about where to focus limited funding resources. Attendees will have time to dive more deeply in small group settings with national partners offering helpful tools and resources for folks on their journey to a zero carbon school system. Attendees will leave the series with an action plan for their school or school system to get to zero carbon.
John Lord, Coordinator III Energy Management, Fairfax County Public Schools
John oversees district-wide efforts to monitor and manage energy, procure energy, manage energy efficiency upgrades in existing schools. He is also part of the team working to achieve savings as part of the Get 2 Green, energy conservation behavior management and training program.
Clara Luke, Project Supervisor, Systems and Impact, EcoSchools Canada
Over the past year, Clara has been working with her team and Arc Skoru to integrate Arc's sustainability performance tools into EcoSchools Canada's certification platform, to show schools across the country their carbon impact, and create a baseline for future improvement.
Sustainable Endowments Institute (GRITS software)
New Buildings Institute
Details on session panelists will be shared here as they are confirmed.