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Date(s) - 01/14/2021
Virtual Event Only
The Climate Action Plan 2030 process will launch with a virtual public meeting on Thursday, January 14, 2021 at 5:30pm, cohosted by Citizens for Local Power with a presentation by Cadmus Group.
Live Spanish interpretation will be available for this virtual presentation.
The Climate Action Plan (CAP) 2030 will serve as a blueprint for the City of Kingston to address and plan for the future of our local climate and radically reduce greenhouse gas emissions over the next 10 years. The public will be a major partner in the planning process and will have multiple ways to get involved, including a city-wide survey to determine the community’s climate priorities, focus groups, town hall meetings, and workshops.
The virtual kick-off meeting will include presentations by the City of Kingston’s Environmental Education and Sustainability Coordinator, representatives from Kingston-based nonprofit Citizens for Local Power, and Cadmus Group, an environmental consultancy firm. Cadmus will provide a broad overview of the planning process and examples of the type of recommendations that could be included in the final Climate Action Plan 2030. A week prior to the public meeting, the City of Kingston will release a survey for the community to weigh in on top priorities to include in the Climate Action Plan 2030, which will be posted at EngageKingston.
To join the webinar, click the link below:
Or by phone: 646-558-8656
Webinar ID: 880 3134 1430
Webinar ID: 880 3134 1430
For more information, visit EngageKingston.com/climate-action-plan.
Citizens for Local Power (CLP) helps communities in the Mid-Hudson Region transition to a locally-based, clean energy economy. Combining research, education, advocacy, and project coordination, CLP supports community and municipal engagement in energy decision-making, transforming energy policy and practice to strengthen local economies, mitigate climate change and increase resilience. CLP works across party lines with municipalities, elected officials, environmental and energy NGOs, local media, labor, and the public.
Cadmus Group is a strategic and technical consultancy team of leading experts who work across disciplines to help communities and organizations achieve extraordinary results, from energy, water, and transportation to safety, security, and resilience.
The Climate Action Plan 2030 is made possible by support from the Novo Foundation.