154 people are attending
Tuesday, July 07, 2020
How can a diverse and broad coalition in Grand Rapids create and implement a plan for community-wide carbon-neutrality by 2030? Join us in this community-wide meeting/Zoom webinar to explore answers to this question.
This meeting is open to anyone who supports moving boldly forward on meaningful climate action in Grand Rapids or elsewhere in Michigan. We hope that it will prove useful for any community wishing to take similar steps and for all of us to build a statewide coalition.
We welcome people from all sectors of the community: individuals, community groups, businesses, non-profits, city government.
Dr. Missy Stults, Sustainability and Innovations Manager for the City of Ann Arbor
Dr. Stults is a co-architect of Ann Arbor's "A2Zero," a plan for community-wide carbon-neutrality by 2030. She works with all city operations, residents, businesses, the University of Michigan, nonprofits, and others to make Ann Arbor one of the most sustainable and equitable cities in America. Her work makes her perfectly suited to discuss how Grand Rapids and other cities can do the same.
Margrethe Kearney, Senior Staff Attorney at Environmental Law and Policy Center, Grand Rapids office
ELPC is a not-for-profit public interest environmental organization that works to achieve cleaner air, advance clean renewable energy and energy efficiency resources, protect clean water, and preserve natural resources in Michigan and the Midwest.
You will receive an email with your Zoom webinar link about five minutes after you register.