GHG Emissions - June 27, 2022
Second Nature Partners with Net Zero Forum
Smart Energy Decisions announces Second Nature has joined the Net Zero Forum, taking place September 12-14, 2022 in Phoenix, Arizona, as a contributing content partner.
Second Nature is committed to accelerating climate action in, and through, higher education. They do this by mobilizing a diverse array of higher education institutions to act on bold climate commitments, scale campus climate initiatives, and create innovative climate solutions. Second Nature aligns, amplifies, and bridges the sector’s efforts with other global leaders to advance urgent climate priorities.
The Net Zero Forum is an actionable event designed to accelerate the development and execution of Net Zero strategies. Buyers from large energy customers – including commercial, industrial, institutional (higher education and healthcare), and government – attend as an important step in the journey to reduce the carbon emissions of their organization and achieve their Net Zero ambitions. This unique event is the ONLY EVENT devoted entirely to their Net Zero success, with opportunities to learn, network with peers, and conduct business planning sessions with prospective suppliers who can help them succeed.
“With so many campuses looking to achieve net zero, associations need to come together and find a way to work handedly with each other to complement each other’s missions. The work campuses are doing and the role they are playing as influencers in their states exemplifies an incredible movement. We’re excited to highlight the contributions of Second Nature as part of the Net Zero Forum program this September. Campuses will have an opportunity to attend the forum to connect and collaborate with other energy and sustainability customers,” said Lisa Carroll, Director of Community Development for Smart Energy Decisions.
SED has limited availability for additional partners who would like to make this unique Net Zero Forum content, networking, and connections available to their members. For more information, contact Lisa Carroll at [email protected].