Join the Fox Valley Sustainability Network at 10 a.m. Friday, April 30, for and important forum on equity and sustainability.
“We welcome you to join the conversation and learn more about how equity is intertwined in sustainability work within the Fox Valley,” organizers said in a news release.
This webinar will discuss regional data linking equity issues and sustainability while looking at specific programs and strategies for advancing equity and sustainability simultaneously. The session will feature:
- Regional data and findings from the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
- Elevate Energy programs that address flood mitigation and energy efficiency in response to the economic burden placed on low-to-moderate income residents and people of color as a result of the climate crisis
- Local municipal initiatives that address financial burdens resulting from the climate crisis
- Nora Beck, senior planner of plan implementation and legislative affairs, Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
- Vetia Hill, community resource coordinator, Elevate
- Amanda Gramigna, associate director of environmental health, Elevate
- Carrie Donohoe, project manager of environmental health, Elevate
- Jerad Chipman, senior planner, village of Montgomery
A participation link will be provided the week of April 26.
To receive the Zoom information, RSVP by clicking this link.
The Fox Valley Sustainability Network brings together the public and private sectors from around the Fox Valley to cut across boundaries and create a healthy, sustainable and vibrant Fox Valley. Kane County has supported the Fox Valley Sustainability Network over the past few years and is proud to be involved in sustainability engagement work locally.
The Fox Valley Sustainability Network works on environmental, economic and quality of life issues and projects within the Valley.
The Network marries a strong communications infrastructure with a series of action-oriented events to connect the dots to remake our communities and create an environmentally sustainable region. To be successful, we’ll need your help and participation. Learn more and find out how you can get involved at: http://www.foxvalleysustainabilitynetwork.com/
SOURCE: Fox Valley Sustainability Network news release