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Can’t-miss Houston event: Building a Community-Based Approach to the Energy Transition
Being successful in the energy transition is going to require an all-hands-on-deck approach. A handful of Houston experts are gathering this week to check in on the progress of this mission.
When: Thursday, August 10, from 7:30 to 8:00 a.m.
Where: Junior League of Houston, 1811 Briar Oaks Lane
Price: Tickets are $25 and include breakfast
Who: The greater Houston energy community.
The Center for Houston's Future is hosting its annual Summer Salon breakfast programming this week. The event will feature an important conversation related to community engagement and the energy transition, issues that are critical to our region’s future.
The morning program will feature a conversation entitled "Building a Community-Based Approach to the Energy Transition," as well as a keynote from Brad Townsend, vice president of Policy and Outreach at the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, one of the world’s leading environmental policy think tanks. Townsend will unveil conclusions on community engagement in the energy transition from a recent stakeholder roundtable held with Center for Houston's Future.