Here’s an upcoming event we’re hosting. It’s free, and breakfast is included.
If you want to attend: Please e-mail email@example.com for an invitation by Aug. 29, 2008. Seating is limited to facilitate a constructive discussion, so please respond soon!
WHAT’S HAPPENING WITH BOULDER’S CARBON TAX?
Join our community discussion!
Friday, Sept. 5, 2008
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Boulder Marriott, Montrachet B meeting room
2660 Canyon Boulevard
This is a free event. Breakfast and refreshments will be served.
SEATING IS LIMITED!
RSVP by Sat. Aug. 30
This half-day guided discussion will address the city’s progress in addressing climate change, as well as what Boulder can do next in this effort. We also want to put Boulder’s efforts in a broader context: How this might tie into other climate change efforts around the state?
WHO WILL ATTEND? We will include key players in the Boulder and Colorado energy and climate change scene. Attending will be a carefully selected mix of representatives from local and state government (including Sarah Van Pelt and Jonathan Koehn from the city Dept. of Environmental Affairs), area businesses, research institutes and media, along with local residents and homeowners, students, community groups and environmental organizations from Boulder and around the state.
WHY YOU SHOULD COME? Our primary goal is to encourage ways that people in Boulder (as well as Denver and throughout the state) can share ideas and information about addressing climate change. This ongoing dialogue can happen online, in public meetings, and through other means. We’re inviting you because we want to hear your ideas, preferences, and needs for that sort of discussion.
Group size is limited to facilitate an open, constructive discussion.
Questions? Contact I,Reporter’s Amy Gahran or Adam Glenn for further information.
We’ll look forward to hearing from you and having you participate.