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Charge and Scope of Work:
The Ad-Hoc Climate and Energy Action Plan Implementation Committee shall be charged with the following scope of work:

- Review, provide input and make recommendations as appropriate on the following:
  • Development of benchmarks and indicators for identified actions within the Climate and Energy Action Plan.
  • Phase I implementation plans presented to the committee by staff.
  • Co-benefits and equity considerations for all phase I action implementation.
  • Development of measurement and reporting protocols and systems.
  • Development of a public outreach and education plan for the Climate and Energy Action Plan and its implementation progress
  • Coordination and communication structure between Climate and Energy Action Plan ad-hoc and other existing City Advisory Commissions in Climate and Energy Action Plan implementation
  • Long term structure and format for citizen advisory role in Climate and Energy Action Plan implementation
- Review, analyze and address public input received by the committee.

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Final Report to Council

 
Established Meetings
December 5, 2017 Third Thursday of each month at 5:00 p.m. at 51 Winburn Way

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