Ever wonder how your Neighborhood Council can have more of an impact on green and sustainability issues, either through advocacy efforts or by empowering your community members to take action on quality of life issues that matter the most to their neighborhoods?
If so, please join the Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance at its next public forum THIS Saturday, March 12 from 1-4 pm.
Participate in a panel discussion on forming and growing effective Neighborhood Council green teams.
Learn about the current DWP reform public process and why it matters for a sustainable LA.
Pick up advocacy tips and weigh in on policy issues you’d like the NCSA to focus on.
Join small group conversations to explore how neighborhood councils can partner with Citizens for Los Angeles Wildlife, Environment California, Food & Water Watch, Global Green, and #Our Parks.
You’ll also hear about the NCSA's exciting new Cool Blocks LA program, which offers Neighborhood Councils a smart and simple way to help residents build green, healthy, resilient, and socially connected neighborhoods, block by block.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn and share with fellow community sustainability advocates!
This event is free, but space is limited and RSVPs are required.
PANELISTS: Sherri Akers (Mar Vista), Charles Miller (Palms), Josh Paget (Mid-City West), Lisa Cahan Davis (Studio City)
PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY TO CHECK-IN!
REGISTRATION WILL BEGIN AT 12:45. THE FORUM WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 1PM.
Light refreshments will be served.
Please bring your reusable water bottle or coffee mug! We are striving to make this a no-waste event.
Get there with public transportation using Metro's Trip Planner. If you are driving to the event, please plan to park on the street, as the Hollenbeck Police Station visitor parking spots will be reserved for police business.
Find people to carpool with to our event using this tool! www.groupcarpool.com/t/x0o5yg
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