Leslie Alden, aide to Marin County Supervisor Kate Sears, and Drawdown: Marin’s Senior Sustainability Coordinator Alex Porteshawver are set to appear at the Outdoor Art Club on Thursday, March 7 at 1pm to discuss the countywide effort to do just that. “It’s about how we can work together to ensure that every individual, neighborhood, organization, business, and municipality in our county contributes to this important effort,” she says.
Drawdown: Marin is a community-driven campaign to prepare for climate change impacts. The County and community will work to eliminate fossil fuel use and “drawdown” carbon emissions by designing and implementing solutions in 6 Focus Areas: Renewable Energy, Transportation, Buildings and Infrastructure, Local Food and Food Waste, Carbon Sequestration and Climate Resilient Communities.
The 411: County of Marin’s Leslie Alden and Drawdown: Marin’s Senior Sustainability Coordinator Alex Porteshawver speak about Drawdown: Marin on Thursday, March 7 at 1pm at the Outdoor Art Club, One West Blithedale. Free. Refreshments served.
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