June 26, 2005 Workshop #10

NARC held the tenth in a series of workshops addressing integrating air quality and transportation planning in Monterey, CA, on June 26, 2005. This workshop discussed regional planning, transportation infrastructure and the environment in relation to Global Climate Change (GCC). It presented ways in which COGs and MPOs can educate themselves on GCC and offered examples of how to reduce GHGs on a regional level.

 

Presentations:

Philip Duffy, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Daniel Sperling, Ph.D., University of California-Davis
Diane Turchetta, Federal Highway Administration,
Melissa Royael, International Council on Local Environmental
Kate Zyla, Pew Center for Climate Change, Research Fellow
Rex Burkholder, Portland Metro
John Zamurs, Department of Transportation, State of New York,
Doug Thompson, California Air Resource Board
Ina Shlez, Bay Area Air Quality Management District
Larry Greene, Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management
Kenneth C. Topping, FAICP, Topping Associates International and Affiliated Faculty Member, California Polytechnic State University

Contact: Erika Young, Transportation Director, 202.986.1032 Ext: 212


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