Morning Brief: Longmont Sustainability Coalition Meeting

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On Tuesday, November 13, Longmont’s Sustainability Coalition is having a meeting at the Longmont Library.

According to city communication, “the Longmont Sustainability Coalition is seeking members” and is inviting the public to attend the meeting.

The topics of discussion include:

  • Provide feedback on tracking and reporting progress of strategy implementation and associated sustainability initiatives
  • Participate in the annual review of objectives, targets, and strategies in the Sustainability Plan
  • Identify opportunities and barriers to strategy implementation
  • Identify mechanisms to ensure that sustainability activities and benefits are equitably shared across our community
  • Support community outreach and
    engagement efforts
  • Support advocacy for sustainability initiatives
  • Provide technical expertise as-needed

If you would like to learn more or to RSVP, contact the Sustainability Office.

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