You’re invited to our 2020 Sustainability and Climate Action Plan Webinar: Palo Alto’s Efforts to Act on Climate Change


September 2020

Join the Conversation: Opportunities for Engagement


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Share your input: Palo Alto’s Efforts to Act on Climate Change

Earlier this month, the City of Palo Alto launched a webinar series to highlight sustainability topics included in the 2020 Sustainability and Climate Action Plan (S/CAP) Update.

Our next webinar - 2020 Sustainability and Climate Action Plan: Palo Alto’s Efforts to Act on Climate Change - will be on Wednesday, September 30, from 4:00 – 4:30 pm.

Register now to learn about the 2020 S/CAP Update and why we need a Climate Action Plan.

Future webinar topics include:

  • All-Electric Homes 101: The Benefits of Building Electrification
  • Getting to 80 x 30 (80% greenhouse gas emissions reduction by 2030): Your Transportation Vision for Palo Alto
  • The Importance of the Natural Environment in Meeting our Sustainability Goals

Details and registration information for all upcoming webinars, as well as webinar recordings and slides from previous webinars, are posted on our community engagement page.

If you are unable to join, but would like to share your input after reviewing the recorded webinars, e-mail sustainability@cityofpaloalto.org.  

For more information visit: cityofpaloalto.org/climateaction or email sustainability@cityofpaloalto.org. 

Green Streets for Sustainable Communities Webinar Series

Public streets are a public asset that can be managed in an imaginative and integrated way. The City of Palo Alto and partner agencies have gathered experts and stakeholders in a three-part webinar series Green Streets for Sustainable Communities which explores how to better design, build, manage, fund, and maintain streets to optimize performance along many dimensions. Register here. A $25 registration fee allows attendance at all three sessions.

For more information, visit http://transportchoice.org/events/


Free Webinar: Rain, Rain, Come Our Way!

Are you interested in conserving water, saving money, and fighting water pollution? Join us on Saturday, October 3, from 10:00 - 11:30 am, as we discuss the benefits, design and maintenance of capturing rain water on your property with rain barrels, cisterns, and rain gardens. We will also discuss the money-saving rebates the City of Palo Alto offers residents and businesses in partnership with Valley Water.

Attendees are eligible to participate in our drawing for a free rain barrel, which will be shipped directly to the winner’s home! Register Today