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8/21 CleanWorld Presents On Organic Waste=Climate Adaptation

Posted at August 18, 2014

NationalAdapt_LogoCleanWorld’s Tracy Saville will be presenting on the panel “Reclaiming Energy: Farms, Forests, and Waste Streams” at 1:30 on Wednesday, August 20th at the California Adaptation Forum in Sacramento, California. CleanWorld is committed to sharing the powerful benefits of their innovating, high-solids anaerobic digestion technology in reducing climate impacts and being an engaged partner to help make communities more climate resilient. 

Across the U.S., the case is being made about the ability of “farm-to-fork-to-fuel” to deliver triple-bottom line benefits for people, for the planet, and for shareholders.

Screenshot 2014-08-18 13.04.55Addressing climate change will require adaptation in all sectors of the economy. Compelling opportunities to adapt exist within the agriculture, forestry and municipal waste sectors, among many others. By completing the life cycle produced from these three sectors, representing both natural and managed resources, we find opportunities for climate adaptation and mitigation.

In collecting waste efficiently and converting it to energy, we can safeguard the sectors from climate impacts, deliver clean energy, improve air and water quality, create jobs, and reduce climate forcing emissions.

Join CleanWorld and leaders from each of these sectors to hear case studies, learn policy best practices and engage in lively discussion.

For more information about the CAF, please visit their website.