Forming & Growing Effective NC Green Teams

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.

You will:

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

 

 

 

WHEN
March 12, 2016 at 1pm - 4pm
WHERE
Hollenbeck Police Station
2111 E 1st St Los Angeles CA 90033
Los Angeles, CA 90033
United States
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74 RSVPS
Adria Brodie Suzanne Lewis Edmund Novy Sherri Akers Joselyn Geaga-Rosenthal Jason Ackerman Glenn Bailey Gladys M. Pinto-Munoz Joe Phillips Hector Arzate Joyce Greene Lisa Cahill Laura Mack Torin Dunnavant Tina Sanchez

Who's RSVPing

Liz Rodriquez
Alonso Garcia
Jeremy Pessoa
Lois Arkin
Sheppard Kaufman
Natash Enough
Tony Tucci
Cynthia Sandoval
Alina Bokde
Yadira Cerrato
Laura Salazar
Eleni Petrow
Garrick Monaghan
Sara Renshaw
Sarah Valdez
Brian Allen
Jc Del Rio
Margie Engel
Lucy Petrow
Lisa Cahan-Davis
Miranda Cheyenne

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  • Jc Del Rio
  • Gregory Wright
  • Liz Rodriquez
  • Alonso Garcia
  • Jeremy Pessoa
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  • Torin Dunnavant
  • Laura Mack
  • Sheppard Kaufman
  • Natash Enough
  • Tony Tucci
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  • Alina Bokde
  • Yadira Cerrato
  • Laura Salazar
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  • Eleni Petrow
  • Garrick Monaghan
  • Sara Renshaw
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  • Brian Allen
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  • Gregory Wright
    Hello. Neighborhood sustainability and global sustainability of course need to be pursued in tandem. One way to pursue both in the coming weeks and months is to tune into an important national and ultimately international effort called The Climate Mobilization: www.theclimatemobilization.org.
    The Climate Mobilization’s Day of Climate Action is coming up on Sunday, June 26th.
    The central idea is that the world has reached the point that we need to fight carbon and greenhouse gas pollution with the vigor and determination — and changes in daily life — that were brought to the home front battle against the Axis in World War II. Some are calling this World War CO2 (with I could take credit for that bit of wordplay!). Anyway, L.A. environmentalists and groups like the Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance would do well to conceive of efforts we can undertake on the Day of Climate Action and beyond to rapidly and effectively move our high-consumption high-carbon me-comma-now U.S. and Southern California way of life in the direction of true, permanent local and planetary sustainability . . . while pursuing the stuff of a really good life for all (hint: a better life has nothing to do with upscale cars, billboards, noise, bling, swag or stuff). It’s time for a majority, and not just a minority, of U.S. to be consistently ‘CO2scious.’
  • Gregory Wright
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