Energy use in buildings is responsible for 40% of the carbon emissions in SLO. Whether you’re a building pro or just a concerned citizen, this is your chance to learn about the solutions we have to one of the biggest problems facing our city, and humanity: climate change.
The SLO Climate Coalition’s Blog
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Public meeting novices and veterans alike, I hope you will consider participating in the City of SLO Climate Action Plan workshop on May 16. This is why.
Like many, if not most people, Richard Beauchamp had never written a grant—until he wanted to plant some trees in his community, the City of San Luis Obispo, CA.
Why should you care about the City of San Luis Obispo’s decision to be carbon neutral by 2035? Join us on April 30 to find out, have some fun, and get involved.