We’ve made some adjustments to our November 26 meeting about plans to develop a roadmap for taking Burlington to net zero energy and opportunities for community engagement in the roadmapping. Darren Springer has been asked to appear at the City Council meeting that evening. Jen Green, Burlington’s sustainability officer, will join us, instead. Here are the details:
Getting to Net-zero Energy: Developing a roadmap for Burlington
Monday, November 26, 7:10-8:30 pm
Center of Recreation and Education (CORE), O.N.E. Community Center, 20 Allen Street, Burlington
Please RSVP and register dessert preference at https://bit.ly/BRdyRSVP
For more information about this Conversation, including parking, and changes in schedule or location visit https://bit.ly/BRdyEvents
A variety of topics have been suggested at past meetings. We want to know which appeal to you and what else you’d like. We’ve created a survey to find out. We’d really appreciate your filling it out. It’s here.
Meanwhile, on November 29, the Burlington 2030 District and Vermont Green Building Network are holding a panel discussion and networking reception (with appetizers and cash bar).
The future of transportation in the City of Burlington: Reducing emissions and advancing a healthy, safe and equitable transportation system
Thursday, November 29, 5:30 to 7:30pm
VEIC, Town Center Room, 129 Lakeside Ave, Burlington
Free for VGBN and Burlington 2030 District members. $10 for non-members.
For more information and to register, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-future-of-sustainable-transportation-in-the-city-of-burlington-tickets-52156505512
I hope to see you at these events.
Thanks for helping create a just, inclusive and renewable energy future for Burlington.,