Register Today: Roadmap to Carbon Reductions in Multifamily Housing Webinar

Thursday, December 16, 2021 from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

Exterior of an apartment buildingAs more multifamily housing providers begin to develop decarbonization goals, join us for an overview of decarbonization in multifamily housing and a conversation on strategies to set and achieve goals. During this webinar, take a deeper dive into the challenges and opportunities for reducing carbon in multifamily buildings, and how multifamily organizations can begin to set goals, measure carbon emissions, and plan a path forward.

During this webinar participants will:

  • Receive an overview of decarbonization in multifamily housing, including key terms, metrics, and planning resources
  • Learn about strategies to achieve carbon neutral building stock, including decarbonization technologies and building methods
  • Hear how Challenge partner Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) set a carbon reduction goal and the steps they have taken to reduce their carbon footprint
  • Hear how enabling and promoting decarbonization in the multifamily sector helps advance HUD’s climate and environmental justice goals
Register for the Roadmap to Carbon Reductions in Multifamily Housing Webinar


  • Webly Bowles is a Project Manager at New Buildings Institute (NBI). As an architect, she brings her systems thinking approach in researching and promoting net zero buildings. Webly facilitates a collaborative of national nonprofits aligning actions to collectively reduce building emissions. Her current research efforts include embodied carbon in codes and carbon neutral building messaging.
  • Greg Hale is Senior Advisor for Energy Efficiency Markets and Finance at the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), where he led the development of NYSERDA’s Roadmap to a statewide carbon neutral building stock for New York by mid-century. He previously oversaw the establishment of the $1 billion NY Green Bank.
  • Mark Puchalski is TNDC's Director of Facilities. Mark is a certified Systems Maintenance Administrator and has over 33 years of experience in sustainability, facilities operations, management, and maintenance. He is passionate about curbing the housing crisis plaguing our communities as well as the climate crisis impacting our planet.
  • Magda Szymanska is TNDC's Sustainability Program Manager. Magda joined TNDC in April of 2019 after previous experience with GIS Analysis at Apex and energy efficiency at San Francisco Department of the Environment. She currently manages TNDC’s sustainability efforts to achieve the goals set for energy, water, carbon reduction, and waste diversion.
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