Please join Valley Clean Air Now as we host J.R. DeShazo from the UCLA Luskin Center to discuss the “real story” about how financial incentives compare to command and control policies for reducing air emissions in disadvantaged communities. This topic is particularly important as the state and air districts embark upon implementing SB 617, which focuses air emission reductions at the local level.
Where: Sutter Club, Green Room, 3rd Floor
When: Thursday 3/21 noon – 1:30pm
Who: J.R. DeShazo is a widely recognized expert on climate and air pollution control policies who advises a broad range of federal and state agencies, utilities, and other stakeholders on how to design cost-effective environmental compliance strategies. He will be presenting the “real story” behind the report he will deliver to CARB that morning, which will be of particular interest to the regulated community.
Please join us! Space is limited – please RSVP to email@example.com.
*Complementary parking available at 824 L Street