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UCLA symposium on Measuring Progress towards Transportation GHG Goals

UCLA Symposium: Measuring Progress towards Transportation GHG Goals     Los Angeles, CA   -   March 5, 2010, 9AM – 5PM

The day is expected to result in tools that allow communities to
achieve their goals, by addressing the long-term challenges to
accurately measuring greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles and the
establishment of regional targets to curb sprawl and reduce greenhouse
gas emissions. California is at the forefront of using the regional
planning process to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles.  The
state’s policy decisions are likely to influence how other states and
regions choose to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles.

The gathering will include nationally-renowned practitioners,
policymakers, and researchers working in the fields of greenhouse gas
emissions inventories, travel demand modeling, emissions modeling, and
transportation and land use policy evaluation. Attendance is limited
and by invitation only. Proceedings will be available to the public
later this year.

I’d like to invite you to an event in which you may have a specific interest:

UCLA Symposium: Measuring Progress towards Transportation GHG Goals
Los Angeles, CA   -   March 5, 2010, 9AM – 5PM

The day is expected to result in tools that allow communities to
achieve their goals, by addressing the long-term challenges to
accurately measuring greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles and the
establishment of regional targets to curb sprawl and reduce greenhouse
gas emissions. California is at the forefront of using the regional
planning process to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles.  The
state’s policy decisions are likely to influence how other states and
regions choose to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles.

The gathering will include nationally-renowned practitioners,
policymakers, and researchers working in the fields of greenhouse gas
emissions inventories, travel demand modeling, emissions modeling, and
transportation and land use policy evaluation. Attendance is limited
and by invitation only. Proceedings will be available to the public
later this year.

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