Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn, former Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, Installations and Environment, spoke with Power Post’s Sara Sorcher about the Iran nuclear deal withdrawal and the energy challenges facing America at the Washington Post’s Energy 202 Live on Thursday, May 10.
CleanMed is back, this May 7-9 in San Diego!
CFR will be there supporting our partners at Practice Greenhealth and Health Care Without Harm as they connect progressive hospitals and healthcare experts with the products and services that can help them better serve their patients and community while reaching their organizations’ sustainability goals.
On Tuesday, May 8, CFR President and CEO Gary Farha will join three industry experts – Dana Slade, Director of Sustainability Programs at HealthPartners, Bob Biggio, Senior VP of Facilities and Support Services at Boston Medical Center, and Iqbal Mian, Member Engagement Manager at Practice Greenhealth – for a session on large-scale renewable energy. They will discuss how demand aggregation and renewable energy procurement at scale are revolutionizing how hospitals and other large institutions can address their climate impact in a cost-effective way.
For more about the session “Teaming Up for Impact: Aggregating Demand to Shape Large, Customer-Facing Renewable Energy Deals” (C5) on Tues. 05/08, 1:45-2:45 PM, see the full description on CleanMed’s website. We are looking forward to meeting you there, and having another invigorating conversation at the intersection of healthcare and sustainability!
CFR is honored to be part of Second Nature’s exceptional network of campus climate leaders.
CFR was thrilled to participate in the VerdeXchange conference on January 29-30, 2018.
We’re hosting two panel sessions on Monday, February 5 at the Second Nature 2018 Climate Leadership Summit in Tempe, Arizona.
New partnership invites region’s largest energy users to accelerate trends of purchasing renewables, advance sustainable development goals
Announcing Renewable Energy for the Power of 32- 32 counties, 4 states, 1 vision.
Utilities must answer “whether they see customers’ evolving needs as a threat or whether they will find ways to benefit from serving those needs,” Farha said.
As leaders in higher education, hospitals, corporations, and the government, we all have an opportunity to be the driving force fighting climate change, while also caring for the bottom line.
Ranking the U.S. healthcare industry as a nation would place it as the 13th largest GHG emitter in the world.