Webinar: How Clean Can We Heat?

by Jeff Rubin | March 24, 2021

Webinar: How Clean Can We Heat?

On April 21, 2021 we had a great discussion on Zoom about the pros and cons of our affordable heating options and their surprising climate implications. Here is the video:

Event announcement:

Clean electric generation and transportation are well understood; heating is not. Hidden in the basement and shrouded in technical jargon, heating is our greatest opportunity to reduce our individual carbon footprint. This workshop is designed to simplify the complex story behind our practical, affordable, and clean heating options. Sustainableheating.org founder Jeff Rubin will connect climate science with heating science and reveal the inside information typically reserved for heating professionals. A marketing professional for 30 years, and an admitted heating geek, Rubin is fired up about clean heating.

This session is chock-full of surprising data-points and practical tips about how we can all pay it forward just by understating a few heating basics. Participants will own a new confidence in their ability to speak authoritatively on the basics of climate-smart heating.

Admission free. Donations encouraged.

About the Presenter

Jeffrey Rubin is a writer, educator, real estate investor, and passionate environmentalist. In 2017, after a 30-year career in marketing and communications, he founded Sustainable Heating with a team of experts in the fields of climate, heating, finance, and branding. Sustainable Heating is a 501(c)(3) dedicated to helping people make climate-smart heating choices.

Mr. Rubin holds an HVAC certification from the North American Heating and Air Conditioning Wholesalers Association. He has held realtors licenses in the states of New York and Vermont. Through his combined backgrounds in marketing/communications, real estate/contracting, behavioral science, and heating technology, Mr. Rubin has a unique perspective on the challenge of simplifying the complex, disruptive, and climate critical issues inherent in clean heating.