Upcoming Meetings Scheduled for Sustainability Commission; Public is Welcome and Encouraged to Join

March 2022 Commission on Sustainability Meeting  

Date: Wednesday, March 16th 

Time: 4:00 - 6:00 PM 

Location: Virtual, via WebEx (Please register through Eventbrite.) 

Description: The March 2022 meeting will explore the ways energy touches our lives - from household energy burdens to the health implications associated with energy-related GHG emissions and overall energy use in buildings including homes, offices, schools hospitals and churches. Join us on March 16th to learn more about how access to affordable, reliable energy effects you and what can be done in Baltimore to support more sustainable energy infrastructure. 

Sustainability and Resiliency Community Forum  

Date: Wednesday, April 20th 

Time: 4:00 - 6:00 PM 

Description: The April Commission on Sustainability meeting will feature a Sustainability and Resiliency Community Forum. The goal of the forum is to provide Baltimore City residents updates on sustainability and resiliency actions taking place across Baltimore, outline progress on implementing strategies and actions in the 2019 Sustainability Plan, and the commitment to sustainability, resiliency and environmental justice in Mayor Scott’s Term 1 Action Plan. During the event residents will learn how the City's Sustainability and Resiliency Subcabinet is helping the city reach urban sustainability goals through inter-agency collaboration. 

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