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What’s New for 2015 Reporting to TCR

February 12 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

The 2015 reporting cycle is here, and we invite you to join us for a webinar that will overview key updated to our policies and programs. Participating in this webinar will give you the information you need to successfully report your 2014 GHG emissions. Please REGISTER for the webinar to join.

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Date:
February 12
Time:
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Website:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4559211089066077954

01/
21

GHG Reporting Overview for CA State Agencies

10:00 am

This webinar is a refresher course for California St

This webinar is a refresher course for California State Agencies that report their annual GHG emissions to The Climate Registry. Please join us to review the reporting timeline and milestones. Please register for the webinar to participate.  Please REGISTER for the webinar to participate.

02/
12

What’s New for 2015 Reporting to TCR

10:00 am

The 2015 reporting cycle is here, and we invite you

The 2015 reporting cycle is here, and we invite you to join us for a webinar that will overview key updated to our policies and programs. Participating in this webinar will give you the information you need to successfully report your 2014 GHG emissions. Please REGISTER for the webinar to join.

02/
23

Climate Leadership Conference and Awards Ceremony

The Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City, Washington, D.C., 01:00 am

The Climate Leadership Conference is your annual exc

The Climate Leadership Conference is your annual exchange for addressing global climate change through policy, innovation, and business solutions. Forward-thinking leaders from business, government, academia, and the non-profit community convene to explore market transformation, share energy and climate related solutions, and provide support for those addressing climate change in their operations. CLC attendees gain value from the networking opportunities, insightful speakers and cutting edge content presented. More HERE.

03/
14

Energy Upgrade CA Presentation: LA River Rover at the LA County Environmental Education Fair

Los Angeles Arboretum, 301 N Baldwin Ave, Arcadia, CA 91007 United States+ Google Map 09:00 am

TCR Partner, Friends of the Los Angeles River, is br

TCR Partner, Friends of the Los Angeles River, is bringing its River Rover to the Los Angeles County Environmental Education Fair at the Los Angeles County Arboretum. Come learn about the history of the Los Angeles River and the issues that affect it today through the Rover’s interpretive and hands-on exhibits. We’ll also offer hands-on native plant seedbomb workshops throughout the day.

FoLAR’s Director of Education Programs Shelly Backlar will give a talk on the LA River, its history and the importance of water and energy conservation for its future.

Learn more HERE.

03/
19

Coffee with Cool Planet: Applying for a 2015 Cool Planet Award

Webinar 10:00 am

The Cool Planet Award recognizes the valuable contri

The Cool Planet Award recognizes the valuable contribution of Southern California Edison business customers who demonstrate exemplary leadership in energy and carbon management within their business size and industry.

Join us for a Coffee with Cool Planet to learn more about the eligibility criteria and nomination process and hear from past award recipients and SCE representatives.

Speakers include:

  • Matthew Garcia, Senior Manager, Southern California Edison
  • Garrett Wong, Sustainability Analyst, City of Santa Monica (a 2014 Cool Planet Award recipient)
  • Chikezie Nwezi, Engineering Manager, & Gwen Strickland, Senior Program Manager, Willdan Energy Solutions

The nomination form for the 2015 Cool Planet Awards is now available for download HERE. Eligible organizations are encouraged to complete the form and return it to Annie Hoeksma at ahoeksma@theclimateregistry.org by May 15.

Register for the webinar HERE.

04/
01

Introduction to Batch Verification

10:00 am

Batch verification is a cost effective verification

Batch verification is a cost effective verification process for Registry Members who have relatively simple GHG inventories (e.g. office-based organizations that may also have a few vehicles). For this batch of small emitters, The Registry negotiates a standard contract and fixed price with a Verification Body on behalf of qualifying Members to help streamline the process and minimize the costs of completing verification.

This webinar will introduce you to the Batch Verification Body, help members assess their eligibility to participate in batch verification, answer common questions regarding batch verification procedures, and provide information on how to submit your batch verification application directly to the Batch Verification Body.

Register HERE

04/
09

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ONLY: Water-Energy GHG Technical Brief Workshop 1

Irvine Ranch Water District – Community Room, 15500 Sand Canyon Avenue, Irvine, CA 92618+ Google Map 10:00 am

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOM

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ONLY: Hosted by Irvine Ranch Water District in the Community Room, this workshop is the first in a series of six throughout the SCE territory in which we will discuss and receive feedback on The Climate Registry and Southern California Edison’s (SCE) Water-Energy GHG Technical Brief. This webinar will provide an audio broadcast of the accompanying in-person workshop and allow for remote participation. The Brief aims to provide guidance to SCE business customers in measuring and managing the carbon emissions associated with each aspect of the water cycle. There is no cost to attend via webinar or in person. Join us to find out more!

If you’d like to attend this workshop in person, please RSVP to events@theclimateregistry.org at least two weeks prior to the workshop. Refreshments will be available at 9:30am for a brief networking session prior to the workshop.

Register for the webinar HERE.

04/
18

Energy Upgrade California at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

University of Southern California Campus, 09:00 am

http://events.latimes.com/festivalofbooks/

At the 20th anniversary of the LA times Festival of books, The Climate Registry will represent Energy Upgrade California®. Energy Upgrade CA is a statewide campaign to educate the public about ways to manage energy use, save energy and conserve resources to help reduce demand on the grid.

MUSIC.FOOD.CULTURE.ART.FUN.

Learn more HERE.

04/
21

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ONLY: Water-Energy GHG Technical Brief Workshop 2

SCE Energy Education Center – Sierra Madre Room, 6090 N Irwindale Ave, Irwindale, CA 91702+ Google Map 10:00 am

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOM

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ONLY: Hosted at the SCE Energy Education Center in Irwindale in the Sierra Madre Room, this workshop is the second in a series of six throughout the SCE territory in which we will discuss and receive feedback on The Climate Registry and Southern California Edison’s (SCE) Water-Energy GHG Technical Brief. This webinar will provide an audio broadcast of the accompanying in-person workshop and allow remote participation. The Brief aims to provide guidance to SCE business customers in measuring and managing the carbon emissions associated with each aspect of the water cycle. There is no cost to attend via webinar or in person. Join us to find out more!

If you’d like to attend this workshop in person, please RSVP to events@theclimateregistry.org at least two weeks prior to the workshop. Refreshments will be available at 9:30am for a brief networking session prior to the workshop.

Register for the webinar HERE.

04/
28

Navigating the American Carbon World 2015

Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles, 506 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90071 United States+ Google Map 01:00 am

As the nation’s longest running and most anticipat

As the nation’s longest running and most anticipated conference for discussing climate policy and carbon markets, Navigating the American Carbon World (NACW) has a well-established history of providing the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on carbon markets and climate policy. And because it is North America’s largest carbon conference, it is known as the best event for networking with colleagues from the business, government, nonprofit and academic sectors.

In its thirteenth consecutive year, NACW 2015 will take a close look at the current status and future growth of California’s historic cap-and-trade program, other established and emerging carbon markets, potential linkages between markets, activity stemming from U.S. EPA’s proposed Clean Power Plan, other national climate change policies and other innovative environmental initiatives. Industry participants and observers know this is a must-attend event.

Register HERE.

05/
05

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ONLY: Water-Energy GHG Technical Brief Workshop 3

West Basin Municipal Water District’s Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility, 1935 S. Hughes Way, El Segundo, CA 90245+ Google Map 10:00 am

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOM

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ONLY: Hosted by West Basin Municipal Water District at the Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility in El Segundo, this workshop is the third in a series of six throughout the SCE territory in which we will discuss and receive feedback on The Climate Registry and Southern California Edison’s (SCE) Water-Energy GHG Technical Brief. The webinar will provide an audio broadcast of the accompanying in-person workshop. The Brief aims to provide guidance to SCE business customers in measuring and managing the carbon emissions associated with each aspect of the water cycle. There is no cost to attend via webinar or in person. Join us to find out more!

If you’d like to attend this workshop in person, please RSVP to events@theclimateregistry.org at least two weeks prior to the workshop. Refreshments will be available at 9:30am for a brief networking session prior to the workshop.

Register for the webinar HERE.

05/
12

Financing for large scale energy efficiency projects does not need to be a hurdle for implementing the projects. Hear from our panel of experts about alternative solutions for financing energy efficiency projects. Learn how to get the immediate savings you need and the large scale improvements you want using non-traditional financing options. Join us on May 12th as we explore the realm of energy efficiency project financing vehicles. Bob Hinkle with Metrus Energy, Bruce Schlein with Citi Group, and Cedric Benton from Southern California Edison will provide their insight on developing and financing energy efficiency projects, the types of options available, and how to connect with the right financing partner.

This webinar is part of the ClimatEEfficientTM webinar series for Cool Planet participants.

Register HERE.

05/
14

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ONLY: Water-Energy GHG Technical Brief Workshop 4

City of Ventura – City Hall, 501 Poli Street #109, Ventura, CA 93001+ Google Map 10:00 am

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOM

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ONLY: Hosted at The City of Ventura’s City Hall, this workshop is the fourth in a series of six throughout the SCE territory in which we will discuss and receive feedback on The Climate Registry and Southern California Edison’s (SCE) Water-Energy GHG Technical Brief. This webinar will provide an audio broadcast of the accompanying in-person workshop. The Brief aims to provide guidance to SCE business customers in measuring and managing the carbon emissions associated with each aspect of the water cycle. There is no cost to attend via webinar or in person. Join us to find out more!

If you’d like to attend this workshop in person, please RSVP to events@theclimateregistry.org at least two weeks prior to the workshop. Refreshments will be available at 9:30am for a brief networking session prior to the workshop.

Register for the webinar HERE.

05/
15

Cool Planet Award Nomination Deadline

01:00 am

The Cool Planet Award recognizes the valuable contri

The Cool Planet Award recognizes the valuable contribution of Southern California Edison (SCE) business customers who demonstrate exemplary leadership in energy and carbon management within their business size and industry sector.

Nomination forms must be submitted to Annie Hoeksma (ahoeksma@theclimateregistry.org) by May 15th.

All Cool Award recipients and runners-up will be recognized at the SCE Cool Planet Award Ceremony held in the fall of 2015 at a special destination location within SCE territory. All nominees and respective SCE Account Managers will be invited to attend the award ceremony. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with other award nominees and representatives from SCE, The Climate Registry, and other SCE third party partner organizations.

Learn more HERE

06/
04

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ONLY: Water-Energy GHG Technical Brief Workshop 5

Inland Empire Utilities Agency – Event Room, 6075 Kimball Ave, Chino, CA 91710 10:00 am

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOM

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ONLY: Hosted by Inland Empire Utilities Agency in the Event Room, this workshop is the fifth in a series of six throughout the SCE territory in which we will discuss and receive feedback on The Climate Registry and Southern California Edison’s (SCE) Water-Energy GHG Technical Brief. This webinar will provide an audio broadcast of the accompanying in-person workshop and allow for remote participation. The Brief aims to provide guidance to SCE business customers in measuring and managing the carbon emissions associated with each aspect of the water cycle. There is no cost to attend via webinar or in person. Join us to find out more!

If you’d like to attend this workshop in person, please RSVP to events@theclimateregistry.org at least two weeks prior to the workshop. Refreshments will be available at 9:30am for a brief networking session prior to the workshop.

Register for the webinar HERE.

06/
07

Energy Upgrade California at World Music and Cultural Arts Festival

Valley Cultural Center, 01:30 pm

Join TCR & Energy Upgrade CA to learn more abou

Join TCR & Energy Upgrade CA to learn more about energy efficiency on the green at Valley Cultural Center’s World Music & Cultural Arts Festival!

Learn more HERE.

06/
23

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ONLY: Water-Energy GHG Technical Brief Workshop 6

Eastern Municipal Water District, 2270 Trumble Road, Perris , CA 92570 United States+ Google Map 10:00 am

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOM

FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON (SCE) BUSINESS CUSTOMERS ONLY: Hosted by Eastern Municipal Water District in the Board Room, this workshop is the last in a series of six throughout the SCE territory in which we will discuss and receive feedback on The Climate Registry and Southern California Edison’s (SCE) Water-Energy GHG Technical Brief. This webinar will provide an audio broadcast of the accompanying in-person workshop and allow for remote participation. The Brief aims to provide guidance to SCE business customers in measuring and managing the carbon emissions associated with each aspect of the water cycle. There is no cost to attend via webinar or in person. Join us to find out more!

If you’d like to attend this workshop in person, please RSVP to events@theclimateregistry.org at least two weeks prior to the workshop. Refreshments will be available at 9:30am for a brief networking session prior to the workshop.

The workshop will take place in the Board Room.  Participants attending in person can park in the Administration Building parking lot, which is the second parking lot on the left when arriving at the Water District site.  The Board Room is adjacent to the Administration parking lot.

Register for the webinar HERE.

06/
23

Learn What’s New for the 2016 Climate Leadership Awards

11:00 am

A Webinar Review of 2016 Categories, Eligibility, Cr

A Webinar Review of 2016 Categories, Eligibility, Criteria, and the Application Process

The 2016 Climate Leadership Awards application period will open on June 24, 2015. Join this informative webinar to learn what’s new this year and how your organization can be a competitive applicant for this prestigious recognition program. EPA and its NGO partners – The Climate Registry and Center for Climate and Energy Solutions – will provide critical information related to eligibility, evaluation criteria, and application content for each of the award categories, as well as answer questions.

Presenters:

  • Roger Fernandez, Manager of Corporate and Institutional Engagement, Center for Corporate Climate Leadership, U.S. EPA
  • Tim Juliani, Senior Director, Business Strategy & Partnerships, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
  • Jennifer Kaminski, Director of Outreach and Communications, The Climate Registry
  • Melissa Klein, Communications Director, Center for Corporate Climate Leadership, U.S. EPA

Climate Leadership Award recipients are recognized for demonstrating exemplary leadership in response to climate change. To view past recipients, please visit http://www.epa.gov/climateleadership/awards

Register for the webinar HERE.

06/
25

ClimatEEfficient Webinar: Energy Savings with Enhanced Retrocommissioning

10:00 am

Is your organization looking to improve energy effic

Is your organization looking to improve energy efficiency in existing buildings? If so, then you may be interested in Enhanced Retro-commissioning. This practice combines the energy-savings potential of retro-commissioning with the technology to optimize performance for existing buildings.

Join us on June 25th to learn how enhanced retro-commissioning could help your organization achieve significant energy efficiency savings. Chase Kadakia, Project Manager at Nexant, will provide an overview of Nexant’s Enhanced Retro-commissioning program, and Jeff Haberman, Facilities Engineer at Boeing, will discuss how Boeing partnered with Nexant and Southern California Edison to reduce their energy costs.

This webinar is part of the ClimatEEfficient webinar series for Cool Planet participants

Register HERE.

06/
28

Energy Upgrade California at Stayin’ Alive!

Valley Cultural Center, 01:00 pm

Join TCR & Energy Upgrade CA at the Valley Cult

Join TCR & Energy Upgrade CA at the Valley Cultural Center to learn about easy and low cost energy efficiency initiatives in California & enjoy the music of the Bee Gees!

Learn more HERE.

06/
30

Voluntary Program Reporting Deadline

01:00 am

All TCR Members should complete reporting in CRIS pr

All TCR Members should complete reporting in CRIS prior to June 30th. Basic Members, please be sure that your inventory is submitted to the “Locked” reporting progress. Climate Registered™ Members, please be sure that your inventory is submitted to the “Verification in Progress” reporting status.

If you do not believe your organization will be able to meet The Registry’s reporting deadline, please complete and submit a Reporting Extension Request to our help desk.

08/
26

2015 One Water Leadership Summit

Grand Hyatt San Francisco, 345 Stockton Street, San Francisco, CA 94108+ Google Map 01:00 am

This year’s One Water Leadership Summit in San

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This year’s One Water Leadership Summit in San Francisco offers insights and strategies for managing some of the biggest opportunities and challenges confronting communities and watersheds. Innovative technology, monitoring and modeling, regulation, market-based incentives, finance, and public awareness campaigns all factor into the mix. Attendees will learn from and discuss with water leaders successful strategies to create a sustainable water future and reduce the threat of crumbling infrastructure, water scarcity and water waste, habitat loss, and public apathy towards our most precious liquid asset.

CHECK OUT THE AGENDA & REGISTER TODAY

08/
27

Prepare for Verification Webinar

10:00 am

This webinar will introduce you to the verification

This webinar will introduce you to the verification process and explain how verifying your inventory can benefit your organization. We’ll also provide tips to help you prepare your inventory for verification, select a verification body, and complete verification in CRIS 4.  Please register for the webinar by clicking the button below.

Register HERE.

10/
18

Renewable Energy Markets 2015

Hilton Crystal City, 2399 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Arlington , VA 22202 United States+ Google Map 01:00 am

Now in its 20th year, the annual Renewable Energy Ma

REM 2015 Logo

Now in its 20th year, the annual Renewable Energy Markets (REM) conference is the leading forum for the clean energy marketplace. Attracting participants from around the globe who share an interest in and commitment to promoting clean energy, REM remains the only conference of its kind focusing on national and international markets for renewable energy. Organized by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions and co-sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, this annual meeting of clean energy stakeholders includes generators, marketers, utility representatives, purchasers, policymakers, and regional stakeholders, and sets the agenda for the year to come.

REM 2015 will be held October 18–20 in Washington, D.C.

Follow at #REM2015 and learn more at www.renewableenergymarkets.com.

03/
08

2016 Climate Leadership Conference

Sheraton Seattle, 1400 6th Avenue, Seattle, CA 98101+ Google Map 01:00 am

Now in its fifth year, the Climate Leadership Confer

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Now in its fifth year, the Climate Leadership Conference is the pre-eminent annual exchange for addressing global climate change through policy, innovation, and business solutions.

Forward-thinking sustainability leaders from the private, public, academic, and non-profit communities convene to explore market transformation, carbon management, and building climate resilience. CLC attendees gain value from networking opportunities, insightful speakers and cutting-edge content.

www.climateleadershipconference.org

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