Stand by for next draft of the Sacramento County Climate Action Plan in June 2022 for a 30-day public comment period.
May 17, 2022 at 6 pm
Join Sacramento Metro Advocates for Rail and Transit (SMART) on May 17 at 6 PM for a virtual forum on Zoom and Facebook with candidates for Sacramento County Supervisor District 5! The topic will be their take on transportation – vision, priorities, and the benefits of public transit and rail improvements and expansion – in Sacramento County. You can copy and paste the link below into your web browser search bar. At the Zoom screen, enter the meeting ID and passcode below to join the Candidate Forum. For more assistance, send an email to info[at]sactosmart[dot]org. We can’t wait to see you there!
Meeting ID: 865 2299 1260
On March 23rd, 2022, Sacramento County held a workshop on their CLimate Action Plan. ECOS, Sierra Club, 350 Sacramento, as well as several other organizations and many residents, provided testimony during the workshop.
ECOS submitted a letter preceding the meeting, stating:
We’re grateful for the effort that County staff has made developing this CAP draft. However, it doesn’t address the biggest change we need to make: we need to increase housing in ways that don’t increase commute distances and thereby make our air and climate less healthy.
Tuesday, March 23, 2022 at 6pm
Please attend, listen and support ECOS, 350 Sacramento, Sierra Club Sacramento Group and Citizens Climate Lobby Sacramento Chapter at the Sacramento Climate Action Plan workshop tomorrow night. Please consider commenting as well! You can attend in person, call in, or watch online.
On March 22, 2022, the Environmental Council of Sacramento, the Sacramento Valley Chapter of the California Native Plant Society, the Sacramento Audubon Society, the Sierra Club Sacramento Group, and the Xerces Society submitted a joint letter regarding water issues in the County Action Plan of Sacramento COunty.