Climate Change – Community Workshop

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The City of Watsonville will hold a community workshop at the Civic Plaza Community Rooms (4th floor) on Wednesday, September 18th at 6:30 p.m. to gather public input on how the City can help minimize energy, water, and fuel use in the community. Participants will have the opportunity to comment on the ways the City is proposing to address climate change, air quality, energy efficiency, water conservation, waste reduction, and traffic.


Meeting

Community Workshop to gather Public input on programs and policies for a City of Watsonville Climate Action Plan


When?

Wednesday
September 18
6:30-8:00 p.m.

Where?

City of Watsonville Civic Plaza (4th Floor Community Rooms)
275 Main Street, Watsonville

Who?

City of Watsonville residents, businesses, organizations


During the workshop, community members will hear about the ongoing project to develop a Climate Action Plan, which will outline the City of Watsonville’s overall strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in response to state regulations to address climate change. Workshp participants will learn about City of Watsonville’s greenhouse gas footprint (carbon footprint) and provide feedback on proposed strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the community and municipal facilities.

Following the workshop, the City of Watsonville will develop its Climate Action Plan, with a public draft scheduled to be released in 2014.


For additional information about the Climate Action Plan, please call 831-768-3074. You can download the flier below:

Climate Change Community Workshop (144.3 KiB)

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