City & Partners to Host Carbon Neutrality Town Hall Nov. 13

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November 1, 2019 - ​The City of Ann Arbor and its nearly 40 partner organizations invite the public to participate in an exploration of what it would take for the entire Ann Arbor community to reduce climate pollution to zero (i.e., greenhouse gas emissions) in a just and equitable manner. The Carbon Neutrality Town Hall is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 13, 5:30–7 p.m. at Cobblestone Farm, 2781 Packard St., Ann Arbor, 48108.

Community members will have a chance to share their ideas, concerns and hopes for what a just transition to a clean and carbon-neutral Ann Arbor could look like. If you live, work or recreate in Ann Arbor, this town hall is for you. Space is limited for the event; those interested in attending are advised to register as soon as possible at

Refreshments and kids activities will be provided. Bus tokens are also available.

If you are unable to attend but want to stay up to date on the efforts toward carbon neutrality in Ann Arbor, and/or if you have questions about the town hall, please contact Galen Hardy, sustainability and innovations engagement specialist, at

Partnering organization​s​ (PDF) include: National Wildlife Federation; Neutral Zone; Community Action Network; Citizens Climate Lobby - Ann Arbor; Ecology Center; Ann Arbor 2030 District; Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice; Michigan Environmental Council; Washtenaw 350; Ann Arbor Area Elders Climate Action Chapter; American Institute of Architects Huron Valley Chapter; University of Michigan; Washtenaw Climate Reality; Building Matters Ann Arbor; Michigan League of Conservation Voters; Sierra Club Huron Valley Group; A2 Climate Mobilization; Leslie Science and Nature Center; The Hands on Museum; Michigan Climate Action Network; Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti Regional Chamber; Ann Arbor Housing Commission; THRIVE Collaborative; Michigan Interfaith Power and Light; Washtenaw County Democrats; American Society of Adaptation Professionals; Washtenaw Bicycling and Walking Coalition; Colonial Square Cooperative; Walker Miller Energy Services; United Way of Washtenaw County; Lean and Green Michigan; Washtenaw Housing Alliance; Citizens Climate Lobby - UM Chapter

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Contact Information

Galen Hardy
Sustainability and Innovations Engagement Specialist
734.794.6000, ext. 43712

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