SF’s Climate Action Plan Kick-off Event with Mayor London Breed
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The City of San Francisco is updating its Climate Action Plan (the Plan), and community input is key. Join us on Thursday, January 14 at 5:30 p.m. to learn how your input can help shape the Plan: Attend the kick-off webinar with Mayor London Breed, along with several City leaders, including:
- Debbie Raphael, Director, Department of the Environment
- Ted Egan, Chief Economist, City and County of San Francisco
- Tom Maguire, Director, Sustainable Streets Division, SFMTA
- Dr. Navenna Bobba, Deputy Director of Health
This new Plan will provide a clear and coordinated strategy to reduce the impacts of climate change while prioritizing the needs of all San Franciscans. The Plan focuses on people and aims to address inequities in our community, improve public health, create jobs, and build a more resilient City.
The Department of the Environment has launched a public engagement process to gather community input on the proposed strategies and actions. Since this Plan will lead directly to investments in our communities, public input is critical to shape and influence how the Plan is implemented in your neighborhood and around the City.
There are several ways to engage: explore the interactive open house platform, attend an online workshop, and take the survey. Those who participate in a workshop and/or complete the survey can be entered to win a $100 gift card.
To learn more and get involved, visit: www.SFEnvironment.org/
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