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Date and Location

December 1, 2021
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM ET


Green Mortgages and the Net Zero Transformation Photo

​Often overlooked as a main contributor to greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), home energy consumption accounted for nearly 20% of total US emissions in 2020. It would be impossible to meet the US goal of net-zero emissions by 2050 without the rapid decarbonization of the US building stock, and green mortgages present an opportunity to do just that. What are the present obstacles to making green mortgages mainstream? How might we rapidly scale these programs in a socially equitable way?

On December 1, after the conclusion of the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Harvard Kennedy School M-RCBG Senior Fellow Megan Greene and members of the Regenerative Crisis Response Committee will bring together financial regulatory and economic policy experts to examine the emerging green mortgage market. An expert panel consisting of Sarah Bloom Raskin (Duke University School of Law), Adam Tooze (Columbia University), and Megan Greene (Harvard Kennedy School), moderated by Jennifer Silvi (RCRC Secretariat), will discuss the green mortgage opportunity and how we might scale the sector.

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Speakers and Presenters

​Megan Greene, Sarah Bloom Raskin , Adam Tooze