In Bellingham, burning gas in buildings and homes is our single biggest source of climate pollution—even more than driving cars in the city. There's no way to secure a livable climate while relying on fossil fuels for indoor heating.
But the solution is already in front of us: Build all-electric for new construction and phase out gas from existing buildings while boosting efficiency as our grid transitions to a zero-emission power supply. Hear from specialists and ask questions about how our communities can transition off gas and onto clean, efficient and lower-cost electric appliances and zero-emission HVAC systems for all homes and buildings.
–Erin McDade, Senior Program Director at Architecture 2030
–Denise Grab, Building Electrification Program Manager at Rocky Mountain Institute
–Eddy Ury, Climate & Energy Policy Manager at RE Sources
–And special guests!
We already have the tools — let's use them!
This event is part of the City of Bellingham’s ALL IN for Climate Action Week 2020. Find a full list of events at www.cob.org/all-in.
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