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Resilient Washtenaw Listening Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Matthew Naud (RRS - he/him/his)
30:41
Thank you all for coming! Matt Naud - RRS - part of the Resilient Washtenaw project team
Jessica Amey
32:29
Jessica Amey - ambassador to resilient Washtenaw
Andrew DeLeeuw, Washtenaw County
32:39
Hi all! Andrew DeLeeuw with Washtenaw County, and part of the project team. Thanks for making time to attend tonight.
Kent Kasper
33:58
Hello, Kent...Milan resident. Part of Climate Reality Project and A2Zero ambassador program. thank you for presenting!
Jeannine Palms
34:47
Hi All, I am Jeannine with community engagement around rewilding in Buhr Park.
Art Schupbach
35:18
Hi Everyone! I’m Art Schupbach, I serve as an Ambassador of Resilient Washtenaw. I represent District 2 and 5. I am a student at EMU in Environmental Science and Society.
Matthew Naud (RRS - he/him/his)
36:28
Here is the Menti Link for tonight - https://www.menti.com/2hrdqim523
Matthew Naud (RRS - he/him/his)
36:59
coUrbanizehttps://www.resilientwashtenaw.orgEmailclimate@washtenaw.org
Paul Chalmer
01:05:39
Has the county Prepared a greenhouse gas inventory?
Paul Chalmer
01:08:23
Which sectors dominate?
debbie
01:10:44
We need to know what happens to the batteries and what happens to old batteries .
Jeannine Palms
01:11:22
How will we ensure that people who cannot afford to insulate their homes and switch to non-fossil fuel sources of of energy, be able to do that?
Andrew DeLeeuw, Washtenaw County
01:12:25
Paul - we did our first inventory in 2019 and I've got access to the reports - I can share those if you're interested - though Matt's summary was accurate. Conservative 2019 estimate was 13,600 metric tons of co2e, or .02% of the countywide total.
Vashti Armstrong
01:21:50
https://forms.gle/Bt6tMb31kYNpE9PT6