This Valentine’s Day, show your love for the environment and join the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce for a Sustainability in Business Forum on the San Francisco Climate Action Plan. The San Francisco Climate Action Plan (The Plan) charts a pathway to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions and works toward addressing racial and social equity, public health, economic recovery, resilience, and providing safe and affordable housing to all. Hear Interim Director of the Department of the Environment, Tyrone Jue, speak to the goals of the Climate Action Plan and how it impacts your business.
Tyrone Jue has more than 20 years of experience leading teams and advancing environmental policies and programs focused on climate mitigation and adaptation, toxins, biodiversity, zero waste, water, and air pollution, racial equity, clean transportation, electric vehicles, and renewable energy. He is currently the Acting Director of the San Francisco Environment Department. Tyrone is also the Mayoral representative to the Board of Directors of the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) – the regional regulatory agency responsible for addressing air and climate pollution throughout the Bay Area.
The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce is working to provide the City with practical business feedback to aid the implementation of the sustainability policies and initiatives outlined in The Plan. If you are interested in attending more sustainability-focused events at the Chamber, please reach out to email@example.com.