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Brendan Reed
Environmental Resource Manager, City of Chula Vista

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About Brendan

Brendan Reed is the Environmental Resource Manager for the City of Chula Vista where he is responsible for the development of environmental programs and policies dealing with energy management, water conservation, and global climate change. As part of this effort, Brendan coordinates a multi‐departmental team tasked with implementing strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and risks from climate change impacts, respectively. Chula Vista was one of the first jurisdictions in southern California to adopt a Climate Adaptation Plan, which it has been actively implementing since April 2011.

Mr. Reed received a Master’s of Science in Ecology from San Diego State University and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Richmond. His professional certifications include being a LEED Accredited Professional (US Green Building Council) and a Certified Energy Manager (Association of Energy Engineers).

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  • Beacon Award program contact
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City of Chula Vista

“Working with ICLEI and The Climate Registry, the Conservation Division coordinates implementation of the City’s Climate Action Plan and monitors the City’s progress by performing annual emission inventories. Chula Vista was the first public agency in San Diego County to receive the “Climate Action Leader” designation from the California Climate Action Registry and the “Climate Registered” designation from The Climate Registry.” -City of Chula Vista

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