General Plan Advisory Committee to Discuss Sustainability and Climate Change

The General Plan Advisory Committee will receive a presentation on and discuss existing sustainability and climate change conditions in Culver City on Thursday , Dec. 10 at 7 pm.

Cities are growing and as climate change continues, the urban landscape will continue to feel the effects of what’s being described as a “crisis.” The built environment of cities accounts for 70 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions while consuming two-thirds of the world’s energy,

The meeting will take place via video conference. To combat the spread of COVID-19, the City proclaimed a local emergency on March 14, 2020 and issued subsequent public orders beginning March 16, 2020. Following such orders, City Hall has been closed to the public and in-person meetings have been discontinued until further notice.

How to attend the meeting remotely: All attendees must register to attend on Webex. Afterwards, you will receive an email with directions and a link to join the meeting once it begins. Watch a video tutorial on how to register on Webex.

How to submit a written public comment before the meeting: Find the active eComment link to the right of the agenda date then add your comment to the agenda item you choose. Watch a video tutorial on how to make an eComment.

For those who wish to speak during the meeting: For those registering in advance to attend the meeting, you must identify the agenda item(s) on which you wish to speak by indicating the section of the agenda followed by the number (for example A-1 or C-1). At the start of each agenda item, staff will read aloud the names of those who registered in advance and requested to speak on an agenda item. For those who did not register for the meeting, but attend, you may send a request to speak through the CHAT function by stating your name and the agenda item number. Requests to speak submitted after the start of the public comment period for that agenda item will not be considered. If an Internet connection is not available, or you think you may have other issues joining the meeting, please call (310) 253-5740 or e-mail [email protected] in advance for assistance.

More information on the City of Culver City response to coronavirus is available online.

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