The Commission on Climate Change and Resiliency was established in 2016 by act of Council to assess the impacts of the changing climate and potential impacts of adverse weather events, the District's ability to mitigate and adapt to climate change, and the status of the District's ability to prepare, plan for, absorb, recover from, and adapt to adverse events. The upcoming June meeting will be discussing government planning of resiliency and sustainability throughout the District agency's, presentations will be from the Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency and the Department of Energy & Environment.
This quarterly Commission on Climate Change and Resilience meeting will review, discuss, and explore the District of Columbia’s work to reduce the sources of greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to a changing climate. Special presentations will include the international CDP Project (formerly carbon disclosure project), DC Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency on FEMA funding, and a summary presentation of the recently released Pepco Clean Energy Plan.
This meeting will be held virtually through Zoom
To join this meeting via video or audio, please use the following link: georgetown.zoom.us/s/98970342204
To join this meeting via phone: (301) 715-8592
- Meeting ID: 98970342204#
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