On Wednesday, we will be discussing and strategizing upcoming actions and projects as well as taking space to build out conversations and actions following our waste town hall.
Join us to start the brainstorm on: green space, the lakefront, outreach, and Earth Day. Plus, continued town hall discussion: What follow-ups should we take? How do we continue the conversation with the presenters, innovators, and attendees?
We look forward to seeing you soon!
View the agenda below for our monthly meeting on Zoom. We strive to keep the meetings to an hour and sometimes the conversation extends us to an hour and a half.
Meeting ID: 829 1770 2982
By Computer: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82917702982
By Phone: +13126266799,,82917702982# US
We look forward to seeing you!
VIEW AGENDA AT THIS LINK
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RECURRING TOWN HALLS: TUESDAY EVENINGS
2/22-2/26: DEMCOMED WEEK OF ACTION:
MORE INFORMATION FORTHCOMING.
NEXT EEC MORNING MEETING: 3/10/21, 9AM
3/27: EARTH HOUR
SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 8:30 TO 9:30PM
SPRING 2021 SUSTAINABILITY TRAINING SERIES
Chicago Conservation Corps (C3)
You Care. Do Something. We'll Help.
Spring 2021 Sustainability Leadership Training Series
The Chicago Conservation Corps is now recruiting for its Spring 2021 Sustainability Leadership Training Series. Learn from community and environmental leaders about urban sustainability challenges and opportunities for change, then lead a sustainability service project in your community with support and resources from the Nature Museum.
More information at this link.
SPRING TREEKEEPERS COURSE
Registration is now open for the Spring TreeKeepers Course! Like last year's courses, it will be done remotely on Tuesday evenings and Thursday evenings in March.
Please sign up soon as it will fill up fast.
READY FOR 100 #POWERUP
In fall 2020, the RF100 Chicago team hosted our #PowerUp series, four community webinars to learn what issues matter most to Chicagoans for a just transition to 100% clean energy. Each session focused on a single topic: Better Health, Jobs, Saving Money, and Electric Transportation.
At each session, raised the important fact that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our communities. With this in mind, we spent time to explore questions, suggestions and ideas with one another about how we pursue a clean energy future using principles and themes of social and economic justice.
We’re happy to share this first summary from our #PowerUp series and we look forward to updating it as well!
In Case You Missed It
WASTE TOWN HALL
View post-meeting recap and materials here.
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