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Resilient Washtenaw Listening Session Districts 7-8-9 - Shared screen with speaker view
Bahjee Chea
22:12
Bahjee here. Family Support Specialist for YCS. Here to learn more about our community.
Matthew Naud (RRS - he/him/his)
22:14
Matt Naud - RRS - Ann Arbor Resident and part of the project Team - thanks for coming tonight!
Isabel Brush-Mindell (she/her)
22:15
Isabel, she/her, I work for RRS and am part of this project team
Andy LaBarre
22:16
I am the commissioner for District 7 and I appreciate the chance to listen tonight.
David Gurk
22:22
David Gurk, he/him, newly elected chair of Washtenaw Climate Reality.
Andrew DeLeeuw, Washtenaw County
22:22
Hi Everyone and thanks for coming! I'm Andrew DeLeeuw. I work for the county, and I have the pleasure of helping to support the development of the county's climate plan. Look forward to hearing what you have to say.
Art Schupbach
22:34
Nice to meet you all!
Susan Whitlock
22:36
Susan Whitlock, interested in solutions at a wider level than Ann Arbor city.
Jason Morgan
22:47
Hi All, good to be with you. I serve on the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners representing district 8 (Central Ann Arbor) and serve on our County Environmental Council as well. Thanks for being here tonight!
Richard Barron
22:49
Richard Barron S AA. I am an active member with AA Citizens’ Climate Lobby.
Lunia Oriol
23:14
Lunia Oriol she/her - UM student & A2 youth environmental commissioner
Cecilia Trudeau
23:23
Cecilia Trudeau (she/her); retired resident; A2ZERO Ambassador; Ecology Center Health Leaders Fellow
paul hickman
23:27
Paul Hickman, He/Him, Founder and CEO of Urban Ashes. Working with cities, including Ann Arbor to build Circular UrbanWood Triconomies (CUT) or building circular economies around urban wood utilization featuring triple-bottom line businesses.
Katie Scott (she, her, hers)
23:58
Hi Everyone! I am the county commissioner for district 9 and really happy to hear from you about your priorities and ideas.
James Johnson (he/him)
24:35
James Johnson Jr candidate for House of Representatives hd-47. I'm here to listen.
Vashti Armstrong (she/her)
25:20
https://www.menti.com/yp3zwunaj1
Miranda Dupre (she/her)
25:32
Menti Code - 7299 4272
Vashti Armstrong (she/her)
25:51
www.menti.com
Isabel Brush-Mindell (she/her)
26:25
For the person who just entered, here is the link again: https://www.menti.com/yp3zwunaj1
Vashti Armstrong (she/her)
26:51
For the person who just entered, here is the link again: https://www.menti.com/yp3zwunaj1
Logan Applebee (he/him)
26:52
https://www.menti.com/yp3zwunaj1
Jeannine Palms
27:51
Hello All! I am interested in being part of figuring out how we are going to respond to this huge challenge.
Lisa Voelker
28:12
Hi Jeannine, me too! Hi Logan
Isabel Brush-Mindell (she/her)
29:07
For the person who just entered, here is the Menti link again: https://www.menti.com/yp3zwunaj1
Jeannine Palms
29:24
Hi Lisa! Hi Isabel!
Logan Applebee (he/him)
29:50
https://www.menti.com/yp3zwunaj1
Logan Applebee (he/him)
31:37
resilientwashtenaw.org
Logan Applebee (he/him)
32:30
https://www.menti.com/yp3zwunaj1
Vashti Armstrong (she/her)
36:34
https://www.resilientwashtenaw.org
Lisa Voelker
37:44
this is great.
Logan Applebee (he/him)
39:47
https://www.menti.com/yp3zwunaj1
Isabel Brush-Mindell (she/her)
41:06
https://www.menti.com/yp3zwunaj1
Vashti Armstrong (she/her)
41:18
For the person who just entered, here is the Menti link again: https://www.menti.com/yp3zwunaj1
Matthew Naud (RRS - he/him/his)
44:16
We have a short 20 minute video on local climate changes on the Resilient Washtenaw Website on the INFO page. Omar Gates, a UM Climate Scientist, gives the presentation using data updated this year.
Andy LaBarre
45:29
I have to hop off camera for a few mins
Lisa Voelker
48:19
Thanks Matthew, good to know that.
Lisa Voelker
53:22
What! D??
Susan Whitlock
53:33
Yikes!
Miranda Dupre (she/her)
54:57
https://www.menti.com/yp3zwunaj1
Miranda Dupre (she/her)
55:29
climate@washtenaw.org
Miranda Dupre (she/her)
01:00:16
https://www.menti.com/yp3zwunaj1
Susan Whitlock
01:01:33
NAP from Ann Arbor Parks & Rec is working hard to get control of invasives. Native plants are more adaptive and resilient.
Miranda Dupre (she/her)
01:04:19
https://www.resilientwashtenaw.org/
Andy LaBarre
01:07:07
This was very good but what I think policy makers need are the best possible instances where action (likely not with immediate impact) on climate change is equal or greater in impact than social and human services with immediate impact. That's not an answer I expect but one that would help.
Vashti Armstrong (she/her)
01:07:41
climate@washtenaw.org
Alison Shores
01:08:02
yes I agree. its time to move to the practical
Lisa Voelker
01:08:12
I do too!
Lisa Voelker
01:09:16
Such a great question.
Katie Scott (she, her, hers)
01:09:44
I also want to echo what Andy is saying here. And thank everyone for being here on this snowy and icy night.
Matthew Naud (RRS - he/him/his)
01:10:41
Please tell all your friends to go to the website so they can get updates
David Gurk
01:10:41
Thanks, Logan, and great to see everyone here!
Susan Whitlock
01:10:46
Thanks to you, this was really helpful.
Peter Honeyman
01:10:48
Thanks very much for organizing!
Lisa Voelker
01:10:58
Thank you!!
Alison Shores
01:11:02
thank you!
Lisa Voelker
01:11:06
Bye Logan!
Lunia Oriol
01:11:07
thanks
Andy LaBarre
01:11:22
Thank you for this info