Net zero refers to the state where the amount of greenhouse gas that's emitted equals the amount that's removed from the atmosphere. Where do we stand on this in the state of New Jersey. Are we close? Is it feasible.

Please join us for a round table with panelists that are on the front lines of mitigating and adapting to the effects of climate change.


Peg Hanna , NJDEP , Director, Climate Change Mitigation and Monitoring  

Ray Cantor, Esq. Vice President, Government Relations, New Jersey Business and Industry Association  

Andy Kricun P.E., Managing Director, Project Moonshot and Senior Advisor of The Water Center at the University of Pennsylvania

Ahmed Mousa PhD, Manager, Utility of the Future Program, Public Service Electric and Gas Co.  

Moderated by: Ed Linky, Lecturer, Rutgers Professional Science Masters Program


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Monday, October 23, 2023 @ 7:00 pm
Hosted: Science and Engineering Resource Center (SERC), Room 221A
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