Solana Beach to hold Climate Action Plan Public Workshop

The City of Solana Beach is holding a special public workshop on Thursday, May 9, from 6-8 p.m., to discuss the formation of the City’s Climate Action Plan (CAP). The City is beginning the process of developing a CAP in conjunction with the General Plan Update (GPU) and has engaged the assistance of the Energy Policy Initiatives Center (EPIC) at the University of San Diego to assist the City in developing a Solana Beach specific plan utilizing their recently released climate toolkit.

This will be an interactive workshop that will allow the public to recommend specific measures/policies and see general results on the spot. The toolkit is unique in that it utilizes local conditions to demonstrate the effects of the measures/policies on the local environment.

The workshop will be held at Solana Beach City Hall, 635 South Highway 101, Solana Beach, 92075.

For more information, please contact Dan King at 858-720-2477.

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2 Comments for “Solana Beach to hold Climate Action Plan Public Workshop”

  1. Bob Loblaw

    I hope it includes inflating tires properly. And no more gas lawn mowers or barbeques. Huge fines for using a fireplace. Tax credits for committing suicide (thereby reducing your carbon footprint). And don’t even think about smoking!

    • John Fitzimmons

      Makes me glad I don’t live in Solana Beach. The city has gone off the rails. I’d say it needs to get Back on Track (BOT) in order to get rid of the Nominally Unnatural Terms (NUTs).

      Impose a tax on breathing.

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