Councilmember Mike O'Brien
Seattle City Council kicks off Climate Action Plan conversation
Join the Seattle City Council's Energy and Environment Committee in prioritizing near-term actions that the City can take to reduce the carbon footprint of building and construction in Seattle:
WHAT: Making Energy Use Visible Community Forum
WHEN: Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013, 6-8 p.m.
WHO: Seattle City Councilmembers
Brian Geller, 2030 District and Green Ribbon Commission member
Aaron Fairchild, Green Canopy Homes
Michael Woo, Got Green
The forum will open at 6 p.m. with remarks by Councilmembers, followed by a panel discussion with local experts. Beginning at 7 p.m., the Council will hear from residents on efficient construction and building operations and retrofits.
Read the Green Ribbon Commission recommendation at http://greenspace.seattle.gov/building-energy/.
For more information, visit the event flier PDF at: http://seattle.gov/council/issues/climate_action_plan/Climate_Action_Plan_flier_Part1.pdf
This community forum is the first in a series of events to discuss elements of the Climate Action Plan and recommendations of the Green Ribbon commission:
Connecting Transportation and Land Use Town Hall
Climate Change Open House
For more information on the series of events, visit the series flier at http://seattle.gov/council/issues/climate_action_plan/Climate_Action_Plan_flier_Part3.pdf