Zero Carbon Buildings for All: A Global Buildings Initiative Launching at the UN Secretary-General’s 2019 Climate Action Summit
On September 23, at the UN Secretary-General’s Climate Action Summit in New York, national and local governments, civil society, and the private sector will come together to set new and ambitious goals to limit climate change to 1.5ᵒ C of warming.
Zero Carbon Buildings for All is a new initiative launching at the Summit that will unite leaders across sectors in a strong international coalition to decarbonize the buildings sector and meet climate goals. Several nations and financial institutions are already set to announce their leadership and support at the Summit. Join us to learn how yours can be among them.
- Elizabeth Wangeci Chege, Infrastructure, Cities and Local Action Adviser, Kenyan Government; and Chairperson, Kenya Green Building Society
- Emma Stewart, Director, Urban Efficiency & Climate, WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities
- Ommid Saberi, Senior Industry Specialist, Green Buildings, International Finance Corporation
- Victoria Kate Burrows, Director, Advancing Net Zero, World Green Building Council