SAN DIEGO COUNTY – The county wants to hear from residents, employees, property owners, business owners, and students in the unincorporated county. All are invited to attend a virtual workshop series for the County of San Diego’s Climate Action Plan Update project, July 19 at 6 p.m.
Last summer, stakeholders in communities throughout the county shared feedback for their vision of an equitable net-zero emissions future. This summer, the county is hosting a workshop series to provide examples of strategies and measures to meet the unincorporated county’s vision of an equitable net-zero emissions future. The County of San Diego values everyone’s input and wants to learn more about their thoughts on strategies and measures for the CAP Update.
• What do you think of proposed strategies and measures?
• Should the county consider any other strategies and measures?
• How can equity play a role in proposed strategies and measures?
This next meeting is on “Agriculture & Conservation.” To register, go to https://tinyurl.com/CAPMeasureAgriculture.
The county is preparing a Climate Action Plan Update to reduce (1) greenhouse gas emissions generated from activities within the community and (2) greenhouse gas emissions generated by county facilities and operational activities throughout the county, including county operated facilities and operations located within incorporated cities.
The goal of these efforts is to meet or exceed greenhouse gas reduction targets required by state law and directed by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.
For more information, visit https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/cap.
For more information or to request language services other than English or Spanish for the upcoming workshop, contact Joseph Cryer at [email protected] or 619-385-2496.
Submitted by the County of San Diego, Planning & Development Services.