March 7th Happy Hour Meet-up Photos

By Dave Hahn

Dave Hahn is the Director of Digital Strategy for Meeting of the Minds.

Mar 8, 2013 | Announcements | 0 comments

#1stThursday Happy Hour in San Francisco#1stThursday Happy Hour in San Francisco#1stThursday Happy Hour in San Francisco#1stThursday Happy Hour in San Francisco#1stThursday Happy Hour in San Francisco#1stThursday Happy Hour in San Francisco#1stThursday Happy Hour in San Francisco#1stThursday Happy Hour in San Francisco#1stThursday Happy Hour in San Francisco#1stThursday Happy Hour in San Francisco#1stThursday Happy Hour in San Francisco#1stThursday Happy Hour in San Francisco
Happy Hour Meet-ups, a set on Flickr.

Meet us on the #1stThursday of each month for a casual happy hour meet up with other urban sustainability minded folks in San Francisco. More info at our events page.

Discussion

Leave your comment below, or reply to others.

Please note that this comment section is for thoughtful, on-topic discussions. Admin approval is required for all comments. Your comment may be edited if it contains grammatical errors. Low effort, self-promotional, or impolite comments will be deleted.

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Read more from the Meeting of the Minds Blog

Spotlighting innovations in urban sustainability and connected technology

Using “Pop-Up” Strategies to Realize Lasting Impacts in The Public Realm

Using “Pop-Up” Strategies to Realize Lasting Impacts in The Public Realm

During the Mobilize Summit, urban transport and development practitioners come together alongside world-class researchers to celebrate best practices and accelerate implementation of sustainable transport projects grounded in equity. All the panelists agreed about the need to help decision-makers trust and believe that change is possible. “For instance, everyone thought rampant bike theft in Medellín would be the inevitable downfall of our bike share program, but it just didn’t happen that way,” explained Lina. “Our early adopters were the ‘rock stars’ who helped change hearts and minds simply through their passionate embrace and adoption of cycling.”

Oakland’s Clean Energy Economy Strategy

Oakland’s Clean Energy Economy Strategy

Oakland and other cities in California are working to end dependence on natural gas in new construction. Cities, product manufacturers, regulators, and utilities in California have been working together under the Building Decarbonization Coalition to end the use of natural gas in buildings. This coalition and its members have demonstrated the availability of electric technologies to replace gas systems in all building types, shown that all-electric new construction is cheaper to build and operate than buildings with gas, and helped educate builders and contractors to show how modern electric systems like heat pumps and induction cooking deliver better cooking and heating for homes and businesses than their gas-based alternatives.

Share This