Please join the Center for American Progress Action Fund for a special presentation:
Keynote Address: Representative Ed Perlmutter (D-CO)
Featured Panelists: Gregory Melanson, Senior Vice President and Regional Community Development Executive, Bank of America Stockton Williams, Senior Vice President & Chief Strategy Officer, Enterprise Community Partners
Moderated by: Sarah Wartell, Executive Vice President for Management, Center for American Progress Action Fund
As economic growth in the U.S. slows, our country’s global warming gas emissions continue to rise. Meanwhile, consumers are being hit hard by the twin burdens of a sagging housing market and rising energy prices at home and at the gas pump. It’s time to invest wisely in protecting family budgets and revitalizing our built environment. With smart policy we can prioritize energy efficiency to ease the woes of consumers, lenders, financial markets, and our environment. Recognizing this opportunity to offer real solutions to pressing problems, Representative Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) plans to introduce legislation giving incentives to lenders and financial institutions to provide lower interest loans and other benefits to consumers who build, buy, or remodel their homes and businesses to improve their energy efficiency. This timely legislation reflects foresight and the considered input of a broad coalition of housing advocates, financial institutions, government leaders, developers, and the environmental community. Please join us to discuss how this critical intersection of policy concerns can respond to the needs of America’s communities and help lift our troubled economy to build a move vibrant, energy efficient, and low-carbon future.
Tuesday, April 22, 2008 Program: 12:00pm to 1:30pm Admission is free.
A light lunch will be served.
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