Community discussion and information session on Shoreline’s draft Climate Action Plan

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Are you concerned about the effects of climate change on our community? Interested in learning what the City of Shoreline is doing to reduce its carbon footprint? Want to know how you can make a difference?

You are invited to join a community discussion and information session on the City’s draft Climate Action Plan on Wednesday, July 10 from 6:30 to 8:00pm in the Shoreline City Council Chamber. Climate change in the Northwest affects our water supply, homes, health, and economy. By taking action now, we can lessen its impacts and work together to keep Shoreline a great place to live for future generations.

The Plan includes an updated inventory of Shoreline’s greenhouse gas emissions and an action plan highlighting how residents, businesses, and the City itself can help address climate change. Once released, community members are invited to provide feedback on the report online or during the July 10th community conversation.

For more information contact Environmental Programs Coordinator Rika Cecil, 206-801-2452.


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