Nov 4 Klamath Climate Meeting in Orleans 10/28/2016


Nov 4 Klamath Climate Meeting in Orleans 10/28/2016


A community meeting on California climate policy will be held in Orleans, on the Klamath River in Humboldt County, on Friday, November 4. This meeting will be of great interest to rural residents of Northern California. Issues regarding environmental justice, climate equity, scientific integrity, and community participation in California climate policy will be front and center in this workshop. This community meeting is part of a series of meetings being convened state-wide by the California Air Resources Board Environmental Justice Advisory Committee. This will be an excellent opportunity for those interested in contributing to the 2016 Scoping Plan Update to help shape the future of California climate policy.

 

This meeting will include presentations and discussion groups featuring the major topics of the State’s climate plan.

LEARN about the state’s goals and approach to addressing climate change

SHARE your thoughts about what matters most to you and your community

CONNECT with programs that are already benefitting communities that need it most

Facebook event page:  https://www.facebook.com/events/1785970748328845/

 

Details:

Community meeting to learn about & help shape new CA climate plan which impacts water resources, prescribed fire, fisheries, food security and cultural resources. Lunch provided.

 

WHERE / WHEN: Karuk community room in Orleans from noon until 3 PM

 

WHO: Karuk Tribe’s DNR, CA Air Resources Board, Klamath Riverkeeper, MKWC & Kari Norgaard w/ University of Oregon.

WHAT / WHY NOW: The California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (AB 32) will be guided by a new Scoping Plan. California Air Resources Board’s staff and Environmental Justice Advisory Committee will be in Orleans to share information and seek public input to develop the plan. Please join us for presentations and to provide input. Lunch provided.
For more info, visit: https://www.arb.ca.gov/cc/ejac/ejac.htm

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