‘Cities Racing to Zero Waste’ featured legislative updates, city case studies and more! More than 40 local government leaders were in attendance. You can find the materials now posted here.
If you missed our last workshop or just want a refresher, the materials are posted on our Waste Diversion Workshop page. Check out presentations and helpful resources on how YOUR city can reach zero waste!
On September 23, 4CL received high honors at the 7th Annual Contra Costa Leadership in Sustainability & Green Building Awards Gala. 4CL received the “Leadership in Sustainable Communities” award for its work in sharing best practices with the local government staff of Contra Costa County on progressive climate action planning and GHG reduction strategies.
This past October, 4CL was a nominee in the Seeds of Change competition hosted by Sustainable Contra Costa and won the People’s Choice Award! Check out the write-up the Contra Costa Times did on the subject here!
The materials and presentations from our PACE Residential and Commercial Energy Financing workshop are now available! Check out presentations from Renewable Funding, HERO, and Figtree Financing as well as best practices from local governments.
Donate to Generation Green’s 4CL program during the East Bay Gives event. Visit our personal donation page at the link below on May 5 and help us achieve our goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Contra Costa County! https://www.eastbaygives.org//#npo/generation-greens-4cl
We’re improving on the site and will be doing some updates. Both the content will be updated as well as slight changes to the user navigation to provide a better website experience. Stay tuned……
Four cities in CCC have a Plastic Bag Ban Ordinance in place (Pittsburg, Richmond, El Cerrito and San Pablo), with more moving forward on the issue (Martinez and Walnut Creek). Get more information.
If you missed our Drought Resilience Workshop for local governments…. the Powerpoint presentations, along with materials and important related resources are now posted: https://www.cccclimateleaders.org/workshops/drought-resilience.html. These materials make great resources for Climate Action Planning (CAP). Please let us know what topic you’d like to see for our next workshop!
If you missed our workshop discussing how Local Governments are working to reduce the number of Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) in their cities, Please check out the presentations materials on our VMT Workshop Page! https://www.cccclimateleaders.org/workshops/vehicle-miles-traveled.html Next 2 Workshops are: ” Creating Resilient Cities” February 2013 and “Drought Resilience and Livable Communities”October 3rd, 2013,Hosted by the City of Pittsburg, CA