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South Coast Climate Action Workshop

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    Irma, KM6JVU
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    Details on the workshop I mentioned on tonight’s net — “In conjunction with the County of San Mateo Office of Sustainability, the Sustainable Pescadero Collaborative is hosting a special workshop for residents and business owners in the unincorporated areas of the South Coast, Tuesday, Oct 27, 7:00-8:30pm. Register: https://bit.ly/CCAP-Oct27.

    Please come share your feedback on the solutions that make sense for helping our rural communities deal with a fragile energy, water, and transportation infrastructure in the face of more frequent climate-related events. This is open to all residents of unincorporated San Mateo County, so please pass it on to your neighbors in South Skyline, Kings Mountain, Waterman Gap, as well as San Gregorio, La Honda, Loma Mar, and Pescadero! Register at https://bit.ly/CCAP-Oct27

    Recent wildfires have devastated our communities, and climate change makes fires and other events like drought, flooding, and frequent power outages more likely. The County’s new Climate Action Plan will include solutions to reduce GHG emissions and lessen these impacts.

    Here’s the thing: What works for urban/suburban neighborhoods isn’t always the best fit for our lower density, geographically-distanced communities. We need to put our heads together and work with the County to plan for meaningful GHG emission reductions with solutions that make sense for our rural communities.

    What would YOU like to see to help the South Coast:
    – Transition to reliable, renewable energy sources?
    – Reduce energy and water use for homes and working lands?
    – Improve safe, affordable and convenient transportation options?
    – Reduce waste and support reuse, recycling, and composting?

    Join Us for an Online Workshop, Tuesday, October 27, 7:00-8:30pm Register at https://bit.ly/CCAP-Oct27

    #11398
    Irma, KM6JVU
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    UPDATE: WORKSHOP RESCHEDULED FOR NEXT MONDAY, NOV 2

    Since we could not be certain when all our neighborhoods would come back online after this recent PSPS round, we felt it best to postpone tonight’s scheduled workshop until next Monday. Yes, I realize this conflicts with Monday night Net, but it was the only evening available for all of the facilitation team.

    Please help us spread the word about the date change. I’m looking forward to a lively discussion, the first of many workshops we hope to host to tackle this ongoing under-investment in our power, water, waste, and transit infrastructure.

    Same registration link:

  • https://bit.ly/CCAP-Oct27
  • And did I mention the raffle? We’ve got 6 $75 gift cards to local eateries. You could be a winner!

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