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Climate Literacy Collaborative Presents The Future of Energy Efficiency - Shared screen with speaker view
BJ Allen (she/her)
28:59
Hello from Chochenyo Ohlone land (Oakland, CA). I work with Outward Bound California.
Laura Castellini - NPS (she/her)
31:06
https://native-land.ca/
Sara Arnett
31:29
Joining today from the Big Sur coast, Rumsen, Ohlone, Essalen, Salinan territory
Tony Green
31:42
I am on the land which is the homeland of the Chochenyo-Ohlone.
jstrick
32:23
Hi! Here from Ramaytush homeland- AKA San Francisco
Alexis Fineman, SEI (she/her)
32:31
I live on Coast Miwok land, but today I’m calling in from unceded Ute land
Mikayla Spencer
33:01
I am coming from Alexandria, VA. Ancestral lands of the Doeg people and the Piscataway
Nancy Metzger-Carter
47:10
Amazing!!!
Nancy Metzger-Carter
50:41
Yes- there is always opposition to these ordinances. Bringing students to speak in support of these policies is a great way to engage students in climate advocacy!
jstrick
51:22
thank you!
Mikayla Spencer
51:55
such great work, thanks for sharing Melissa!
BJ Allen (she/her)
53:25
Thanks Melissa. This was really informative!
Melissa Yu
53:43
Thank you!
Alexis Fineman, SEI (she/her)
54:59
Hi everyone, I am working to get an all-electric ordinance in place in San Anselmo and other towns in Marin county. I wanted to share some things that have come up: 1) older homes have electrical panels with lower amperage, meaning efficiency is KEY as appliances are converted from gas to electric 2) policymakers are nervous about PSPS outage events—backup batteries are not affordable yet! My personal views are that if folks need to run a gas or propane generator a few days a year to keep the electricity on, that’s a better use of fossil fuels than using gas 365 days a year for heating/water heating/cooking 3) there’s a very powerful and growing lobby for biogas…especially Bloom Energy (Carl Guardino, close friend of San Jose mayor). Waste haulers, rather than aerobically composting green waste, are increasingly INTENTIONALLY generating methane for “biogas” to as fuel. 4) get a gas ban in place for new buildings, then start working on retrofits and remodels (much more politically and logistically challenging)
Adam Ratner (he/him)
56:40
Thanks so much Alexis for sharing your thoughts. We will also have time for breakout group conversation later that could provide time to talk about particular approaches to the obstacles you brought up
Richard Parsons
01:08:27
contact info for bayren was cut off too soon to copy
Jenny Berg
01:08:39
BayREN.org
Jenny Berg
01:08:43
jberg@bayareametro.gov
Nancy Metzger-Carter
01:22:29
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pnziOMCYL4yX4j8NUe4ZC_YMEgt7G2WlvCb5NLKMmxw/edit
Nancy Metzger-Carter
01:23:04
146
Nancy Metzger-Carter
01:23:06
🙂
Laura Castellini - NPS (she/her)
01:24:04
Raise hand is also down at the bottom under Reactions
Linda Judah (she/her)
01:24:16
Thank you for this webinar. Very exciting
Jim G
01:25:09
anyone about the added charge for rooftop solar?
Jim G
01:25:22
any information?
Jim G
01:26:33
yes
Adam Ratner (he/him)
01:28:07
tinyurl.com/CLCJan26Discuss
Mikayla Spencer
01:55:16
:)))
Laura Castellini - NPS (she/her)
01:55:42
Nice to "see" you Mikayla!
Laura Castellini - NPS (she/her)
01:56:12
And Tony it was great to share ideas in the Breakout room!
Mikayla Spencer
01:56:25
great to "see" you too. next time I'll be on camera lol
Ella Crenshaw
01:56:40
I have to go right at 5- great to meet and talk with you all!
Nancy Metzger-Carter
01:56:59
Thanks Ella! 🙂
Jim G
01:57:37
many thanks to all
Mikayla Spencer
01:57:44
this was great Adam. AMAZING
Melissa Yu
01:57:50
Thank you!
Nancy Metzger-Carter
01:57:51
Thank you !