As at our 2020 workshop, there were close to 175 attendees, including from industry and government. But unlike the 2020 session, the base level of understanding has improved considerably. As a result, we spent much more time focusing on policy – successes and shortcomings – and emerging technologies, including gasification/pyrolysis and hydrogen. Despite California’s clear leadership role in advancing solutions to cut methane and improve air quality, there is still ample work to be done there. Stay tuned for more in-person EV workshops in 2024.
More from our Winter 2023 Issue
Energy Vision’s 17th annual Leadership Awards Reception on October 12th was a hit! The event, held on a beautiful fall evening at the Ramscale Studio Penthouse in New York City, drew a full, lively crowd of 150 clean energy business leaders, environmental justice organizations, local political leaders, and supporters.
All of us on Energy Vision’s Board and Staff are greatly saddened by the death of our founding board member, Brendan Sexton, in November.
This year-end, it’s crucial to take stock of what progress we as humans have made in combatting global climate change, what more we must achieve going forward, and how.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ budget is proposing funding cuts to community compost operations, causing an outcry from community compost organizations and New Yorkers who diligently cart their bags of organic wastes to Union Square and other collection sites in the City.