San Antonio Climate Action and Adaptation Plan Community Event
Join Our Panel Discussion on Climate Change, Developing a San Antonio Plan and How the Community Can Help
Ever since San Antonio adopted a sustainability plan that doesn’t include climate goals, people have been asking for a climate action plan.
Thanks to people like you, it’s finally happening!
The San Antonio City Council, the city manager, the Office of Sustainability, the University of Texas at San Antonio, CPS Energy and community advocates are now on the same page: Working together to adopt a robust plan with ambitious goals that will ensure San Antonio does its part to address the global climate change crisis and provide necessary protections to enable the community to cope with current and projected climate effects.
This is no small task and we need your help. We need your ideas, your connections and a bit of your time.
This plan will affect everyone in the San Antonio community, so we want to engage as many people as possible in its development.
Please join us for a panel discussion about climate change and developing a climate action and adaptation plan for San Antonio.
WHEN: 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, October 10
WHERE: University of the Incarnate Word, J.E. and L.E. Mabee Library Special Collections Room, 4301 Broadway, San Antonio
- Councilwoman Ana Sandoval, San Antonio City Council lead on climate action planning
- Associate Professor Hazem Rashed-Ali, UTSA School of Architecture, UTSA lead on climate action planning
- Professor Kerry Cook, UT Austin Jackson School of Geosciences, climate scientist
- Sister Martha Ann Kirk, professor at the University of the Incarnate Word
There will be lots of time for Q&A, as well as a reception with refreshments.