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Introduction to Carbon Off Setting - Panel and Discussion

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St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

111 Northeast 80th Street

Seattle, WA 98115

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Climate Reality & Sun Path Electric Present an Introduction to Carbon Offsetting

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Our morning presentation and workshop focuses on learning key points around carbon offsetting. Join local carbon offsetting stakeholders as they share their expertise on why offsetting is important and how to make sure your offsets are making a difference. We will learn about why it is important offsets are Real, Additional, Verified, Registered and Permanent. Our goal is that participants leave with an understanding of why offset and how to offset with confidence in their personal and professional life.

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Wolf Lichtenstein – Founder Evergreen Carbon:

Wolf brings a wealth of experience and expertise in greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting and in carbon markets, worldwide. Evergreen Carbon analyzes and purchases carbon credits on behalf of businesses and other organizations. With a focus on high quality carbon projects with distinct achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Evergreen Carbon provides a meaningful pathway for GHG mitigation for organizations of all types. Along with his GHG consulting practice, Wolf serves as an Assessor for the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) in their GHG accreditation program. He has conducted GHG audits and assessments from the Peruvian Andes to the Northern reaches of British Columbia, and elsewhere across North America.

April Allderdice – CEO Microenergy Credits

April is a leading entrepreneur in clean energy finance. She pioneered distributed solar finance with the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh, and worked in large scale electric utilities with McKinsey and Co. As a cofounder of MEC she innovated a safe and scalable platform for financial institutions to provide clean energy loans to rural households.

Keith Ervin – Leads Interfaith Climate Action – First Hill

A retired Seattle Times reporter, Keith is a co-founder of Interfaith Climate Action - First Hill, which is a collaboration between Seattle First Baptist Church and Bet Alef Meditative Synagogue. He is active in Faith Action Climate Team (FACT) and People for Climate Action - Seattle. Last hear he was a member of the organizing committee for Taming Bigfoot in Seattle.

Jacqueline Drumheller – Former Head of Sustainability Alaska Airlines

As a corporate sustainability and environmental professional for more than 25 years, Jacqueline has managed a broad spectrum of environmental protection programs ranging from compliance auditing to waste reduction. In her most recent role as the head of sustainability at Alaska Airlines, she created and spearheaded the airline’s formal sustainability strategy and program. Under Jackie’s leadership, Alaska earned the reputation as the domestic aviation leader in environmental stewardship and received more than 25 environmental and sustainability awards, including being named the top North American airline on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index two years in a row (2017, 2018).

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