Clarendon Hill presents at Building Energy Boston on Resiliency Solutions

Isabel Kaubisch, Principal Planner at Clarendon Hill Consulting participated at a panel discussion at Building Energy Boston on March 8, 2017. The panel, Lessons from Abroad: The Danish Way or the (Bicycle) Highway highlighted lessons learned from a recent trip to Copenhagen, DK in resiliency and climate mitigation planning in the building, energy production, and transportation sector along with social resiliency. Ms. Kaubisch's presentation on "Green Mobility - Lessons Learned from Copenhagen, DK and best practice examples from Massachusetts" explored successful ways to develop a low carbon transportation system. Co-presenters were Ellen Watts, Susanne Rasmussen and Christina McPike. The panel was moderated by Mette Sos Lassesen.

Learn more about this session here: http://nesea.org/session/lessons-abroad-danish-way-or-bicycle-highway

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