Tue, Oct 24|
Kautz Attic, Room 4350, Lindner College
Oliver Kroner - Government's Role in Sustainable Development
Join us for a conversation with Oliver Kroner, Director of Cincinnati's Office for the Environment and Sustainability. He leads collaboration of government and community partners to advance and track the sustainability, equity, and resilience strategies of the Green Cincinnati Plan.
Time & Location
Oct 24, 2023, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Kautz Attic, Room 4350, Lindner College , 2906 Woodside Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45219, USA
About the event
Oliver Kroner is the Director of the Office of Environment & Sustainability for the City of Cincinnati. His work focuses on climate science and urban policy, including energy, transportation, waste, and food systems. He leads collaboration of government and community partners to advance and track the sustainability, equity, and resilience strategies of the Green Cincinnati Plan. He is a published researcher, and has presented at over 100 conferences and events, including the United Nations Convention on Climate Change, ICLEI World Congress, Smart Regions Conference, DesignBuildCincy, Project Drawdown, International Congress on Sustainability Science & Engineering, and more. He has served on numerous non-profit boards, including the Green Partnership for Greater Cincinnati, Mill Creek Alliance, Cincinnati 2030 District Working Group, Northside Community Council (President), Fuel Cincinnati, and PAR Projects. He is a graduate of Miami University and Northeastern University, and a proud AmeriCorps alum.