Guest post by Krishna Hammond, Vice Chair Irvine Green Ribbon Environmental Committee
Join Me at Irvine Green Ribbon Environmental Committee Meeting!
My name is Krishna. I’m the Vice Chair of the City of Irvine’s Green Ribbon Environmental Committee (appointed by Irvine City Councilmember and Committee Chair Melissa Fox). The Green Ribbon Committee is an official advisory committee to the Irvine City Council, and we meet four times a year to discuss potential policies and make recommendations to the city council.
This Wednesday, February 21st, we will be meeting at 4:30 PM at Las Lomas Community Park (10 Federation Way). We’ll be having a presentation by city staff on Active Transportation (related to biking, skating, rollerblading, and other forms of human-powered transport) and Mobility.
We will also get an update on charging stations for EV vehicles in Irvine.
In addition, we have subcommittees relating to Active Transportation, Energy Development, and Green Infrastructure.
If you’d like to get involved and share your ideas related to these policy areas, please consider meeting us at the committee meeting!
Irvine’s Green Ribbon Environmental Committee seeks to increase public participation in energy conservation and sustainable practices, helping the City serve the community through advancing environmental policy initiatives and programs. The Committee is supported by the Public Works Department. Comprised of 10 members, the committee is an advisory body to the City Council and provides advice on sustainability policies related to energy, recycling and waste management, mobility, open space and water issues.
We have a lot of exciting things moving along the pipeline, including a Request For Proposals for developing a feasibility study and technical assessment of Community Choice Energy, a means of allowing the city to purchase clean energy at a 3-7% savings on average.
You can read our agenda here.
Please join us.
Thank you so much!