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San Francisco Climate Action Plan Workshop: Climate & Health*
Tuesday, February 9 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
The City and County of San Francisco invites you to a virtual public workshop to learn about San Francisco’s updated Climate Action Plan and how it will address public health. Attendees will have an opportunity to share feedback, concerns, and priorities on the draft strategies and actions.
No need to have a background in climate issues – whether you are joining the conversation for the first time, or have attended past events, we invite all San Francisco community members to participate.
The workshop will feature keynote speaker, Linda Rudolph, Director, Center for Climate Change and Health, Public Health Institute, who will discuss the close relationship between climate change and public health. Following this presentation, City staff will provide an overview of the updated Climate Action Plan. You’ll learn about the climate action planning and development process and how the new plan aims to address other critical issues, including economic recovery, racial and social equity, and resilience.
The second half of the workshop will include small group discussions focused on reviewing a selection of the draft strategies and actions. The project team will lead structured conversations to hear your ideas and get feedback on how the City can achieve its aggressive climate goals, without leaving anyone behind.
The workshop will be held via Zoom, an online video/audio conferencing platform. We encourage you to join from a personal computer, tablet, or smartphone with an internet connection, as that will help you see the presentation. There is also an option to join by phone only if internet access is not available.
By registering and attending this free workshop, you’ll automatically be entered into a raffle for a chance to win a $100 gift card. Register soon to reserve your space! This workshop is offered by the San Francisco Department of the Environment.
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