South Bay Cities Green Task Force Mtg Dec 4
December 4, 2008 @ 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
The Green Cities Task Force met Dec 4, 2008. Please find the original meeting information and documents below. *** Original meeting information *** The Green Cities Task Force is scheduled to meet December 4, 2008 at 1:30pm-3:30pm at the Redondo Beach Public Library meeting room at 303 North Pacific Coast Highway, Redondo Beach CA, 90277 click here for map. For directions please call 310-318-0675.
South Bay Cities
Green Task Force Meeting
Thursday, December 4, 2008
1:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Redondo Beach Public Library Meeting Room
303 N. Pacific Coast Highway
On behalf of the SBCCOG and the American Lung Association, we would like to invite you to the next South Bay Cities Green Task Force Meeting on December 4, 2008.
As your city begins to develop a Climate Action Plan, you will hear the experiences that staff at other cities have gone through to develop their plan and implement related programs.
We will also have a speaker from the Public Policy Institute of California who will share information on Climate Action research.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
South Bay Environmental Services Center
South Bay Cities Council of Governments
(310) 293-2612 (cell)
Welcome & Introductions (1:30)
Report from SBCCOG & SBESC (1:40)
· Jacki Bacharach, SBCCOG
· Marilyn Lyon, SBESC
Status of SBCCOG’s Assistance to Cities for Calculating Carbon Footprints (1:50)
· Heidi Aten, SBCCOG
Climate Action Resource Packet (1:55)
· Colleen Callahan, Manager of Air Quality Policy & Advocacy, American Lung Association
California Climate Action Research (2:00)
· Louise Bedsworth, Public Policy Institute of California
Click here for PPIC Report “Climate Policy at the Local Level”
Click here for PPIC Report “Preparing California for a Changing Climate“
Climate Action Plan Speakers (2:15)
· Gretchen Hardison, Director, Climate & Air Programs Environment LA, City of Los Angeles
Click here for Los Angeles’ Green LA Plan
· Susan Munves, Energy & Green Building Program Administrator, City of Santa Monica
Click here for Santa Monica’s Sustainable City Plan
· Alice Sterling, Senior Project Manager, City of Pasadena Green Initiatives
Click here for Pasadena’s Green City Action Plan
· Kreigh Hampel, Recycling Coordinator, City of Burbank
Click Here for Burbank’s Sustainability Action Plan
Questions to Panel (3:30)
City Information Sharing (3:40)
Any pertinent issues that a city would like to raise or report on
Other Business (3:50)
Next Steps (3:55)
· Future meeting dates and topics
· Next Meeting: March 5, 2009
· Adjourn (4:00)
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