Learn more about climate action in Burlington on Nov. 12

Did you know that Burlington City Council declared a climate emergency?

Come out and hear about some projects and initiatives city staff are working on with respect to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and adapting to our new climate. There will be five presentations with time for Q&As:

  • Climate Change Projections and Impacts in Burlington
  • City Actions on Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation
    • Energy Management – City Facilities
    • Forestry
    • Stormwater Management
  • Climate Action Plan update

Tuesday Nov. 12
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. (Doors open at 6 p.m.)
Burlington Public Library, Central Branch, Centennial Hall
2331 New St., Burlington

To register for this FREE event, please visit attend.bpl.on.ca/event/3288329.

And, there is an extra bonus for attending. What, you ask? A chance to win climate change related door prizes including one FREE Home Flood Protection Program inspection available to owners of single or semi-detached homes and townhouses. Other prizes include an Ecobee Smart Thermostat and a home carbon monoxide detector. Coupons for $75 off a smart thermostat will also be available.

Take Action Burlington! We all have a part to play to reduce our impact on the climate. Collectively we can make a difference.

This event is hosted by the Burlington Sustainable Development Committee, an advisory body to Burlington City Council.

 


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