Climate-Safe California: A webinar series to get us to net-negative emissions by 2030

Join Joint Venture's Climate-Safe California initiative team for its new Climate-Safe California webinar series that will take a dive into the science, economics, policy, and technical aspects of our Climate-Safe California platform. 

In this series of webinars we will bring experts from across California to discuss the latest climate science, targets for emissions reductions based on that science, and the policies that will transition us away from fossil fuels, lead to sustainable mobility, decarbonizing buildings, and natural carbon sequestration.  We will also cover how to finance climate action at scale, and what a just transition to a clean economy that serves frontline communities looks like.

The series will culminate with a policy summit that will focus on new legislative and administrative policy needed this year to achieve the vision of Climate-Safe California.  

We invite everyone involved to contribute their expertise to the refinement of the policy platform. 

Ben Santer, an atmospheric scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) will talk about the science behind our Climate-Safe targets.

Climate impacts are more severe than anticipated and are happening faster than anticipated. Join Joint Venture's Climate-Safe California initiative team for an in-depth review of the current science and the urgent need for accelerated action. Learn what targets for greenhouse gas reductions the science supports. We will offer a brief overview of the Climate-Safe California suite of policies that best address the climate crisis.

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Upcoming Webinars:

Webinar #7: Climate-Safe California Policy Summit

The series culminates with a 3-hour policy summit in which we will recap the lessons and proposals from the previous webinars, and dive deeply into the short term and long term strategy and policy solutions needed to accomplish Climate-Safe-California’s goals. A state senator will speak, there will be an update from the governor’s office, and key regulatory agencies will be represented.