June 11, 2012 - Help chart Boulder’s climate action path at open house this Wednesday
Contacts: Andrew Barth, Energy Future, 303-441-1937 Sarah Huntley, Media Relations, 303-441-3155 www.bouldercolorado.gov
Help chart Boulder’s climate action path at open house this Wednesday
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions and addressing climate change is a community priority that the city and the Boulder public have worked on together. As we move forward in search of ways to make even more progress, we want the planning to continue to be a community effort. The City of Boulder is asking for help as we look back on what we’ve done so far and chart an approach that will be successful in the future. Everyone is welcome to attend:
Boulder’s Climate Action Open House: Planning for our Energy Future Wednesday, June 13, 2012 WestBoulderSeniorCenter – 909 Arapahoe Ave.
Find out why climate action is imperative and what our community’s efforts and roles have been to date, including more about services funded by our Climate Action Plan (CAP) tax and the effects these programs are having on reducing energy use in homes and businesses today.
Bring your ideas for future city-supported climate action services that could continue and enhance the reductions we have achieved.
Weigh in on a newly proposed climate action framework that could define Boulder’s climate commitment, plus short-term goals and annual targets, for years to come.
Help us shape an Energy Action Plan that will spell out a range of strategies by which the city and the community, working together, can achieve shared environmental and economic objectives.
Learn more about the meeting and the importance of increasing our renewable sources and decreasing our use of energy by visiting www.BoulderEnergyFuture.com.