March 19, 2012 - Boulder’s Energy Future News
Environmental Advisory Board to discuss updated approach to climate action in
The city’s Environmental Advisory Board (EAB) will begin meeting twice a month (second and fourth Thursdays) starting this week in order to help provide direction on anticipated changes to the way the city approaches climate action. This work is expected to result in a new framework for goals, programs and funding in 2013 and beyond. The first meeting will be held at on Thursday, March 22, in the City Council Chamber, 1777 Broadway.
The EAB has been asked to take on an expanded role in order to help guide the discussion about what future will look like for climate action work as part of the larger Energy Future Project. The public is invited to provide feedback during this process. Information about project and the EAB’s role is available at www.BoulderEnergyFuture.com.
First edition of Energy Future newsletter available now
The first edition of the monthly
The first edition contains a letter from City Manager Jane Brautigam; up-to-date information on the city’s ongoing municipalization analysis; a discussion of the new climate action framework and strategic energy plans; a quick look at a Public Utilities Commissions docket item; and details about how
Public invited to talk energy and climate Walk-in Wednesday
The City of
City staff involved with the project will be available to answer questions, listen to suggestions and collect feedback. Another session is planned from to on Wednesday, April 4, at the
The city is committed to involving the community in the ongoing research and analysis associated with the potential creation of a city-owned electric utility, and Walk-In Wednesdays will be just one of several opportunities for the public to provide feedback on the project in 2012.
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