Detail For Show: Sustainable Cities


Show Description:

Produced by Tawnya Lancaster in partnership with CreaTV San Jose and the Bay Area Climate Collaborative (BACC), "Sustainable Cities" examines at the challenges local governments face in reaching their green goals and how municipalities can save money and increase revenue through sustainability programs.

This half–hour program offers examples and insight on advancing clean energy and sustainability in the public sector from Bay Area public and private leaders such as San Jose Council Member Sam Liccardo, Silicon Valley Leadership Group President and CEO Carl Guardino, Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken Yeager, Solar City Founder and CEO Lyndon Rive and Tech CU President and CEO Barbara Kamm.

The BACC was founded in 2009 through the Bay Area’s government, business and non-profit leaders who understand the benefits of collaborating and creating a common direction for accelerating the clean energy economy in the region. This program offers excellent insight to local leaders throughout the country who are interested in driving sustainability programs and creating a green economy in their area.

Type of Show: Specials

Target Viewing Market: Local to Target State or Province

State of Production and/or Target State or Province: California

Frequency of Episodes: One time show

Show Producer: The Lancaster Group


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