Wildfires, drought, and heat waves are just some of the concerning and persistent symptoms of climate change and environmental conditions that affect how and where we live in California. But will our state’s housing crisis and climate emergency impact the future growth of the state, particularly as demand for housing far surpasses supply and sprawl threatens climate goals? Our Center for California Real Estate (CCRE) returns with the next installment in the CCRE CA Panel Series…

The Center for California Real Estate California Series:
The Future of Sustainable Housing Development: Environmental Challenges, Growth, and the
State’s Climate Goals​​​​​​
September 8, 2021 | 10 – 11:15 AM (Pacific)

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Joel Singer Moderated by
C.A.R. CEO Joel Singer


Panelists include:

Nuin-Tara Key
Governor’s Office of Planning and Research, Deputy Director of Climate Resilience
Katharine Burgess
Urban Land Institute’s Center for Sustainability; Vice President of Urban Resilience Program
Max Moritz
Wildfire Expert and Adjunct Professor, UCSB Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
Craig Adelman
Senior Principal, LeSar Development Consultants


Our panel of experts will discuss how the future of housing development must not only adapt to meet the state’s climate goals but also ensure the safety of residents and equitable greenhouse gas reduction. Furthermore, as new residential development faces new levels of climate-related risks both financially and regarding insurability, discussants will explore how market and government incentives may need to shape future development plans that affect how communities and transportation systems are planned, funded and built. Learn from this distinguished panel of experts about how California can remain a leader on climate change issues, and how solving the climate crisis is inseparable from solving the housing crisis.

Register now to join the upcoming conversation.

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See you September 8!

CCRE and C.A.R.