Saturday, February 3, 2018 | Fox Lane High School, Bedford, NY

The Bedford 2020 Climate Action Summit will address the urgent need for immediate, local and regional action — from Westchester County to the Hudson Valley and Long Island — to create and implement solutions to Climate Change. Register!

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Calling all policy-makers, environmental and business leaders, and community members who want to do something about Climate Change now.

Be a part of these solutions:

  • 100% Renewable Energy
  • Electric Vehicles
  • Solar Pollinator Gardens
  • Communicating Climate Change
  • Carbon Tax
  • Food and Soil
  • Home of the Future Expo

Don’t miss Keynote Speakers:

  • David Yarnold, President and CEO of National Audubon Society
  • David Gelber, Creator and Executive Producer of The Years of Living Dangerously

Doors open at 8:00am.
Snow Date: February 4.
The Summit is a Zero Waste Event.


February 3, 2018   (snow date: February 4)

8:00am Registration Opens
8:30 am Expo Opens
8:45 – 9:30 am Welcome and Opening Keynote Addresses
by David Gelber and David Yarnold
9:45 – 11:00 am Kickoff Session:
How Do We Get to 100% Renewable Energy?
11:15 – 12:15 am Session #1 — Expo/Lunch or choose:
• Bringing Clean Energy Home: Community Choice Aggregation
• Food and Fumes
• Soil Regeneration: Storing CO2 and Feeding Us Better
12:30 – 1:30 pm Session #2 — Expo/Lunch or choose:
• Communicating Climate Change
• Locally Generated Renewables
• Pollinator Friendly Solar
1:45 – 2:45 pm Session #3 — Expo/Lunch or choose:
• Electric Vehicles
• Carbon Tax
• Reducing Food Waste
• Getting Environmentalists to Vote
3:00 – 4:00 pm Session #4 — Expo/Lunch or attend:
• Invite Only Session for Municipal Leaders/Committee Members
• Invite Only Session for Environmental Leaders/Activists
4:00 pm Expo Closes


The Most Impactful Sessions on Topics that Will Move the Needle

The Bedford 2020 Climate Action Summit will feature national leaders in the fight against Climate Change as Keynote Speakers and in breakout sessions. Sessions will focus on implementing and creating powerful Climate solutions. Click here for the Press Release

How Do We Get to 100% Renewable Energy?

A rapid transition to 100% renewable energy is critical to combatting climate change. We now have the power to make our clean energy future a reality. Your house can be a power plant, your car a battery and your community a source for local renewable energy. This session will explore how we as individuals and communities can control the prices, sources and usage of our own power. Topics will include community solar, rooftop solar, community choice aggregated energy purchases, electric vehicles, battery storage, innovations in demand response and more.

Locally Generated Renewables:
Take Charge

You have the power to bring local renewable energy to our homes and our communities. Programs like Solarize, Community Solar, Geothermal and Demand Response put you — the consumer — in charge of both the supply and usage of energy. This panel of renewable energy experts and program leaders will present solutions, new programs, and best practices in the region to give you the tools to bring local renewable energy home.

Getting Environmentalists to Vote: Solving the Environmental Voter Turnout Problem

Environmentalists aren’t voting as much as they ought to. Getting environmentalists to vote  will shift the agenda and progress on environmental issues. Recent advances offer hope for the future. Big data and predictive modeling have revolutionized how modern political campaigns identify and communicate with voters. Meanwhile, a new generation of behavioral scientists have changed our understanding of why and how people decide to vote. These advances present some counter-intuitive and exciting discoveries, while also suggesting both good and bad news for the environmental movement. With fresh data from recent elections, polls, and predictive models, this session will discuss how modern political campaigns identify and mobilize voters, how that impacts environmental policy at the local, state, and federal level, and some easy ways for you to help turn environmentalists into better voters.

Communicating about Climate Change

How can we inspire the world to move the needle on Climate Change? We must capture hearts and minds and make solutions deeply personal. Leading-edge experts will explore the power of storytelling and other communication techniques that have been effective in moving individuals to action. The panel will also showcase creative ideas for messaging that will empower everyone seeking to mobilize the public.

Carbon Tax: What Is It?
Why Should I Care? What Can I Do?

Is placing a tax on carbon pollution a silver-bullet solution to fighting Climate Change? This session will explain the concept of a carbon tax; examine the pros and cons; explore the major hurdles to enacting a carbon tax; and give participants specific steps they can take to support a NY State tax on carbon pollution.

Food and Fumes

What we eat has an enormous impact on climate change — in fact, the meat industry generates one fifth of all greenhouse gas emissions.  If each person ate one less hamburger per week, it would be the emissions equivalent of taking your car off the road for 320 miles. Hear how a small shift toward plant-based foods has an outsized impact on our carbon emissions and learn about a community-wide Meatless Monday campaign to eat better and more sustainably.

Soil Regeneration and
Natural Climate Solutions:
Storing CO2 While Feeding Us
and Breathing Better

Soil and forestry could be the key to climate health.  What if forestry management and agriculture production shifted to where carbon sequestration and soil health were valued?  According to scientists, we can reduce carbon emissions, sequester carbon in forests and the soil, and capture 100% of the planet’s current annual CO2 emissions using mother nature.  In this session, learn about forestry and agricultural methods that focus on carbon sequestration and soil health that can feed the world, address climate change and provide clean air and water.

Reducing Food Waste
to Cool our Planet

America sends 52 million tons of food to its landfills each year! Food that is wasted is heating up the planet, yet people who need food are not getting it. This panel will explore ways we can promote better food policies to reduce waste and how individuals can divert food waste to feed the hungry, regenerate our soil or be productively re-purposed.

Bringing Clean Energy Home: Community Choice Aggregation

Take control of your community’s electric supply with Community Choice Aggregation (CCA). The opportunity to choose and bargain for your community’s electricity supply is a game changer. CCA empowers your community to demand renewable energy, negotiate fixed pricing, reduce electricity bills, increase resiliency, and create a market for local renewable energy. This session will feature forward-thinking municipal leaders, energy experts and climate change activists who will showcase the benefits of CCA, current and emerging CCA models, and provide the tools you need for demanding CCA in your own community.

Pollinator-Friendly Solar

This “big idea” will advance renewable energy, protect pollinators (bees, birds and more), and support local agriculture. Adding pollinator friendly native plants under and around ground mounted solar arrays has many benefits: reduces O&M costs for solar developers; increases community support for solar; protects pollinators; and increases productivity of adjacent farmland. Panelists, including beekeepers, farmers, native plant experts, and solar developers, will explore obstacles, challenges, and why this is an amazing opportunity for NY state.

Electric Vehicles: On the Road
to Our Clean Energy Future

An EV is not just a car. It is the key to transforming our electric grid and shifting to 100% renewable energy. From clean transportation to battery storage to resiliency, EVs lay the groundwork for a clean energy economy. This session will explore challenges and opportunities to make EVs universal. Come hear from policy makers, clean energy entrepreneurs, advocates, and business leaders about incentives, infrastructure, advocacy, and how, by supporting EVs, we will drive into a clean energy future.


Keynote Speakers

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David Gelber

Creator and Executive Producer,
“Years of Living Dangerously”

David Gelber is the creator and executive producer of “Years of Living Dangerously” the award-winning television series on climate changes. When asked why he got involved in this project Gelber replied, “I covered about ten war zones in my years at 60 Minutes, but this story, global warming, is just as dramatic — and more important — than any of them. We’ve spent three years figuring out how to tell the story in ways that are absolutely riveting — and with the same editorial integrity that guid­ed us at 60 Minutes. I’ll bet you won’t see anything on TV this year that’s more entertaining, more informative and more important than ‘Years of Living Dangerously.’ ”

David Gelber served as Ed Bradley’s producer at 60 Minutes for 25 years, during which he won every major journalism award, including a Peabody, two DuPont Awards and eight Emmy Awards.

During the nineties, Gelber was executive producer of Peter Jennings Reporting at ABC News. He spent two winters in Sarajevo producing documentaries on the Bosnian Conflict. He returned to CBS News in 1996 to head the Ed Bradley Unit. Most recently, a story he did with Scott Pelley on medical charlatans who peddle bogus stem cell therapy to patients dying of ALS won the Emmy for Best Investigative Story of 2010 by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

David Yarnold

President and CEO,
National Audubon Society

David Yarnold is an accomplished enter­prise executive with a blended career in the for-profit and non-profit sectors leading organizations through significant trans­formation and growth. From his most recent success steering the turnaround of the 112-year-old National Audubon Society to positioning the Environmental Defense Fund as the top conservation partner for global corporations to transform­ing The San Jose Mercury News into one of the best and boldest newspapers, David has delivered excellence and results.

A visionary, agile leader with an uncon­ventional career arc, David has repeatedly demonstrated his ability to adapt, respond

to new challenges, solve complex problems and navigate crisis situations during pivotal points of an organization’s evolution.

David excels at assembling high-caliber, cross-disciplinary leadership teams, developing efficient, innovative organizations, raising funds — and communicating a compelling brand story, a defining strength cultivated early in his career at The Mercury News where he earned a Pulitzer Prize and pro­gressed up the leadership ranks to Execu­tive Editor. Throughout his career, David has demon­strated a steadfast com­mitment to equity, diversity and inclusion and has proven to be an influential civic leader.



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Lynn Arthur

Chair, Southampton
Sustainability Committee

Lynn Arthur is a volunteer on Southampton Town Green Sustainability Advisory Committee where she chairs the Energy sub-committee. She is also Executive Director at Peak Power Long Island, a not for profit who provides marketing and communications services in the areas of conservation and renewable energy solutions. Lynn is currently under contract to the Town of Southampton. She designed and together with town staff launched the Town’s Tri-Energy program, which is funded by LI Green Homes, PSEG LI and New York State Energy Research & Development Authority. Lynn is available and has provided outreach to all communities, civic groups and any requesting organization within the Town of Southampton. She has delivered presentations to the Kiwanis, Rotary, Incorporated Village Board of Trustees, religious organizations and the Cub Scouts.

Noam Bramson

Mayor, City of New Rochelle

Through his dedicated public service, Noam Bramson has acquired a reputation for effective, responsive, and visionary leader­ship. Bramson has served as the Mayor of New Rochelle since January 2006 and has been reelected three times by landslide margins, most recently in November 2015. Prior to becoming Mayor, Bramson served for ten years on the New Rochelle City Council. Bramson has been at the forefront of efforts to strengthen New Rochelle’s economy, environment, safety, and quality of life. He has worked successfully to forge public-private partnerships aimed at job creation and economic growth, including the most ambitious downtown develop­ment initiative in New Rochelle’s history. He has been a strong advocate for thoughtful community planning, spearheaded the creation of New Rochelle’s award-winning Sustainability Plan, promoted efforts to establish new public access to the Long Island Sound shore, and adopted new land use policies to preserve open space and protect areas from overdevelopment.

Chris Burdick

Supervisor, Town of Bedford
CEO, Sustainable Westchester

Chris Burdick is the friendly and approach­able Bedford town supervisor. He works relentlessly on behalf of the people of Bedford, listening to the concerns of community members and finding solutions to problems. Whether it’s affordable housing, efforts toward paving 684, commercial sewers, sustainability, or fiscal responsibility, there is nothing Burdick will not tackle to get results.

Marcia Bystryn

President, New York League
of Conservation Voters

Marcia Bystryn joined the League as Executive Director in 1999 and was named President in 2008.  A statewide organiza­tion, the League works to elect strong environmental candidates to office and to hold them accountable. Previously, she served as Senior Corporate Policy Manager for the Environment and then Senior Business Manager for Economic Develop­ment at The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.  In the first capacity she oversaw the development and implementa­tion of corporate environmental policy and in the later the development of new busi­ness opportunities in the areas of regional solid waste management, deregula­tion of the electrical industry and port expansion. She formerly served as the Assistant Commissioner for Recycling at New York City’s Department of Sanitation, where she designed and implemented New York City’s recycling program, as well as the Deputy Director of the Twentieth Century Fund, now the Century Foundation.

Rob Davis

Director, Center for Pollinators in Energy,
Fresh Energy

Rob Davis is a director at Fresh Energy where he leads the nonprofit organization’s work building partnerships to realize numerous benefits from America’s accelerating transition to clean energy. Davis’ work on pollinator-friendly solar has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy and featured in training by the Electric Power Resource Institute and the U.S. Department of the Interior’s National Conservation Training Center. Previously, he helped launch technology start-ups and created the international crowdsourced campaign that launched the Firefox web browser. Davis is a two-time recipient of the Teresa Du Bois Exline Award for Best Prac­tices in Communications and Marketing, and a graduate of Macalester College.

Katy Franklin

Operations Manager, ReFED

ReFED is a multi-stakeholder nonprofit, powered by an influential network of the nation’s leading business, nonprofit, foundation, and government leaders committed to reducing U.S. food waste. Previously, Katy managed operations at Sustainable America, where she gained a deep understanding of successful food waste reduction programs with consumers, food service providers, private firms, and at major events. Katy also helped develop Further with Food, a public-private partnership convened to address food loss and waste.

Ron Hernandez

Ron Hernandez has worked in the marketing industry for more than twenty years. As the Managing Director for The Monday Campaigns, a non-profit public health initiative that dedicates the first day of every week to health, he oversees operations, creative services, partnership development & marketing. For organizations including New York University, Simon & Schuster and Art+Auction magazine, he has led functions including consumer research, data analysis and optimization of activities. He has also worked on advertising campaigns for clients such as Microsoft, Citibank and Universal Pictures. Ron holds an MBA in Management and Marketing from the Stern School of Business at New York University. He has held positions on the board of nonprofits for organizations dedicated to childhood education and HIV/AIDS awareness.

Ron Kamen

CEO, EarthKind Energy

Sustainable Westchester retained Ron and his firm, EarthKind Energy, to create its Clean Transportation Program, which aims to triple the number of Electric Vehicles (EVs) in the county by 2020. In its first year, the Clean Transportation Program secured dramatic discounts for the Nissan Leaf and BMW i3 EVs, and helped municipalities secure grants and discounts for municipal fleet EVs and charging station infrastruc­ture. The program now aims to increase the number of EV charging stations and expand aggregation discounts to additional EV sedans, as well as electric buses and trucks.

Brent Kim

Program Officer, Center for a Livable Future

Brent earned his Master’s in Global Disease Epidemiology and Control from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where he serves as a Program Officer at the Center for a Livable Future. Since joining the Center in 2008, his work has spanned farm to fork, with published works on industrial food animal produc­tion, soil contamination, urban agriculture, food and agricultural policy, and the role of diet in mitigating climate change. As a former digital artist and high school educator, Brent has never lost his love of teaching and visual communication, and continues to translate the science to students, journalists, policymakers, and other key audiences.

Katherine Nadeau

Deputy Director, Catskill Mountainkeeper

Katherine is Catskill Mountainkeeper’s Deputy Director, ​providing leadership in developing strategic direction for the organization and its programs, guiding messaging and external communications, serving as lead internal project manager, and ​spearheading our advocacy efforts in Albany in partnership with program staff, while continuing to manage our RenewableNY program and Solar Outreach Initiative​. Before joining our team in 2015, she served as Policy Director and Water and Natural Resources Director for Environ­mental Advocates of New York, where she managed the organization’s work in the state capitol to protect and preserve New York’s environment, and led its efforts to protect New York state from fracking, among other successful legislative initiatives​. In recognition of her advocacy efforts in Albany, Katherine was named one of City and State’s “40 under 40” in 2012.

Nina Orville

Director, Solarize Westchester
Principal, Abundant Energy

Abundant Efficiency creates and imple­ments innovative solutions to environment­al and business challenges for local governments, corporations and non-profit organizations. Ms. Orville brings deep expertise in designing and managing market aggregation initiatives to maximize environmental, community development and economic benefits for diverse stakeholders. These efforts are currently targeted towards accelerating the adoption of clean energy technologies through initiatives including Solarize campaigns, community solar, energy efficient street­lights, and clean heating and cooling.

Eric Pooley

Senior VP for Strategy and Communications, Environmental Defense Fund

Eric is notably the author of The Climate War: True Believers, Power Brokers, and the Fight to Save the Earth (Hyperion, 2010), which Bill Clinton hailed as “a riveting tale” and “the very first account of the epic American campaign to get serious about global warming.” Eric has written about climate politics for Time, Slate, Bloomberg News and other publications. In the fall of 2008 he studied press coverage of the issue at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Govern­ment, where he was a Kalb Fellow at the Shoren­stein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy. He was a featured com­mentator in “Heat,” the 2008 PBS Frontline global warming documentary, and has appeared on Nightline, Charlie Rose, The CBS Evening News, NBC Nightly News, Larry King Live, Anderson Cooper 360, All Things Considered, and many other programs.

Karl Rábago

Executive Director,
Pace Energy and Climate Center

Karl Rábago is the Executive Director of the Pace Energy and Climate Center, at the Pace Law School in White Plains, New York. The Center’s mission is to protect the earth’s environment through solutions that transform the ways that society supplies and consumes energy, with a special focus on clean energy—renewable energy, energy efficiency, microgrids and community energy solutions, electrification of transportation, and other distributed energy resources. An attorney licensed in Texas, Karl has more than 27 years of experience in energy and climate policy development, regulation, markets, and business. In his career, Karl has been a military officer, a utility regulator, a utility executive, a renewable energy developer, a law professor, and a clean energy advocate.

Michael Rauch

Project Manager,
Renewable Highlands and BQ Energy

Michael ​Rauch is a project management and business development professional with more than a decade of experience in renewable energy and public policy. His experience includes development of utility-scale wind energy projects, financing commercial solar energy projects, and developing community energy savings initiatives. He currently works as a consultant in the energy sector with a focus on distributed generation, community choice aggregation (CCA), and municipal energy policy. Michael earned a Masters of Public Administration from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and a Bachelors of Science from the School of Natural Resources at the University of Vermont.

Dana Smith

Campaign Manager, Meatless Mondays

Meatless Mondays is the popular global public health initiative that encourages people to cut meat from their diets one day a week. Dana oversees brand vision, strategic planning and messaging, and manages partnership development. Meatless Monday is part of the Monday Campaigns.

Nathaniel Stinnett

Founder and Executive Director,
Environmental Voter Project

Environmental Voter Project, a non-partisan nonprofit that uses big data and behavioral science to identify non-voting environmentalists and then get them to vote. Dubbed “The Voting Guru” by Grist magazine, Stinnett was named one of America’s 50 environmental visionaries, and he is a frequent expert speaker on cutting-edge campaign techniques at top universities and campaign management trainings. He has held a variety of senior leadership and campaign manager positions on U.S. Senate, Congressional, state, and mayoral campaigns, and he sits on the Board of Advisors for MIT’s Environ­mental Solutions Initiative. Formerly an attorney at the international law firm DLA Piper LLP, Stinnett lives in Boston, MA with his wife and two daughters.

Brad Tito

Program Manager, Communities and Local Government, NYSERDA

As Program Manager, Communities and Local Government at the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), Brad Tito works with communities across the state to save energy and improve the environment. His role is to package and promote innovative and responsive clean energy offerings that resonate with local governments and the communities they serve. Prior to joining NYSERDA, Brad served as Director of Sustainability for the City of Yonkers, NY where he led a number of high-profile initiatives including an award-winning LED streetlight project and mandatory green building standards. Brad also served as the Director of Environmental Coordination for Nassau County, NY where he worked for five years implementing a broad range of environmental and health initiatives.

Luke Tonachel

Director, Clean Vehicles and Fuels Project,
Natural Resources Defense Council

Luke Tonachel is the Director of the Clean Vehicles and Fuels team at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). Since joining NRDC in 2004, his focus has been on reducing the environmental impacts of the world’s transportation demands by advocating for policies that develop and commercialize cleaner, more efficient vehicles and non-petroleum fuels. Mr. Tonachel has authored and contributed to numerous nationally-recognized reports and analyses covering vehicle electrifica­tion, improved vehicle efficiency and other oil and pollution reduction opportunities.

Glenn Weinberg

Director, Joule Community Power,
Joule Assets

Glenn Weinberg manages Joule Community Power, which partners with municipalities to develop innovative energy procurement models while advancing energy reduction, energy management, and clean energy goals amidst an evolving regulatory envi­ronment. He is responsible for spear­heading Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) programs across New York State and beyond. Glenn served as the inaugural Program Director of Westchester Power, New York State’s first CCA program, and was been instrumental in the design and implementation of the program. Before joining Joule, Glenn taught environmental sociology and urban sustainability at the City University of New York.

Dan Welsh

Program Director, Westchester Power

Dan Welsh has been a core team member with Sustainable Westchester and its predecessor organization, the Northern Westchester Energy Action Consortium since 2009. He was a part of the original team that created the Energize NY initiative, served as vice chairman of the NWEAC Executive Committee and later on the Sustainable Westchester formation steering committee. Having led the effort to establish the first “Complete Streets” policy in Lewisboro, Dan took on a co-chair role with the new Transportation & Land Use Committee, following SW’s launch. Since September 2016, as an employee of SW, Dan has been responsible for all operations and program development for Westchester Power, the first Community Choice Aggregation for New York State.


Sponsor this action-oriented summit!

This Summit will present the most impactful solutions around Climate Change and inspire action by the 1,000 attendees including individuals and leaders at the corporate, municipal, regional and state levels.

Widely-promoted by Bedford 2020 and our Partners throughout the region, the Climate Action Summit information will reach tens of thousands of highly-engaged residents of Westchester, Long Island, and the Hudson Valley before and after this event.

Don’t miss the opportunity to support this important Summit and show your support for Climate Action by signing up for one of our limited Signature Sponsorships at the following levels:

  • Climate Champion
  • Climate Protector
  • Climate Supporter

Click here to learn more about becoming a sponsor.


Thank you to our valued Partners

Throughout Westchester, Hudson Valley and Long Island, these Partners are helping bring this action-oriented event to life.

Summit Partners promote the event to their constituencies. Click here for more info and to sign up to be a Partner.


The Expo will bring the most impactful Climate Change solutions to life

The Summit will not only feature experts, innovators and changemakers at the forefront of the fight against Climate Change, but also a dynamic Expo that will showcase both existing solutions as well as those on the brink of becoming reality.

Each element of the Summit is designed to inspire action, including the Expo! The Expo will include highly interactive and engaging displays that will provide attendees with tangible actions they can take related to our Summit topics.

We have an amazing line up of vendors and organizations joining us at the Expo:

  • 5 Spoke Creamery
  • 511NY Rideshare
  • Bedford 2020 Healthy Yards
  • Bedford Audubon Society
  • Bedford Farmers Club
  • Citizens’ Climate Lobby
  • Con Ed
  • Croton Energy Group Inc.
  • Energize NY
  • Glynwood
  • Grassroots Environmental Education
  • Green Jay Landscaping
  • Healthy Home Energy & Consulting, Inc.
  • Hudson Valley CSA Coalition
  • Meatless Monday with Bedford 2020
  • Mill River Supply
  • National Audubon Society
  • New York League of Conservation Voters
  • NOFA Organic Land Care Program
  • Passive House Alliance US-Hudson Valley
  • Pound Ridge Organics
  • Resist Spectra, Stop the Algonquin Pipeline Expansion (SAPE), Safe Energy Rights Group (SEnRG)
  • Robert Siegel Architects
  • Rowan Energy Integration
  • Rusticus Garden Club
  • Scenic Hudson, Inc.
  • Second Chance Foods, Inc.
  • Sierra Club
  • Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture
  • Sunrise Solar Solutions LLC
  • Sustainable Hudson Valley
  • Sustainable Westchester
  • The Bedford Garden Club
  • Westchester Land Trust

…and more!

We still have a few Expo spots available, click here for more information and to apply.

Municipal Leaders

Attention Westchester, Hudson Valley and Long Island Municipal Leaders:

Are you flooded with information and lacking adequate resources to address Climate Change in your community?

Come to The Bedford 2020 Climate Action Summit!
  • Learn the most effective steps your municipality can take to reduce GHG emissions and achieve 100% Renewable Energy
  • Hear a step-by-step plan presented by elected officials and program leaders who have been successful in the region
  • Keep one step ahead as the demand for action expands in the region
  • Find out about regional initiatives that could benefit your community
  • Learn how to leverage the tools to create economic and environmental benefits in your community, including Community Choice Aggregation, Energy Efficiency, Community Solar, Geothermal and EV’s
  • Gain access to professionally produced 1- to 2-minute videos and print material to share with your constituents
We want to highlight your participation at the Summit!
  • Access to VIP Green Room for interviews with local and regional press
  • Participation in Green Room interviews for Summit Video to be shared widely immediately post-event
  • Photo opportunities throughout the day
Sign up and learn more!
  • Registration opens January 3, 2018

Click here for the Summit Overview for Elected Officials (PDF)

Click here to sign up for:

  • Green Room Interviews and photo ops
  • Share your community’s climate goals
  • Suggest challenges or programs you would like to address


New York League of Conservation Voters   •   Bedford Central School District


Betsy Davidson, J.M. Kaplan Fund   •   Rowan Energy Integration