The Mason community and members of the public are invited to virtually attend the university’s fifth Climate Action Plan (CAP) Town Hall on Wednesday, March 9, from noon to 1:30 p.m. This is the last CAP Town Hall before the release of Phase I of the CAP in April.
The CAP will detail a strategy to accelerate the university’s reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in pursuit of its commitment to achieve carbon neutrality. During the Town Hall, the Mason Sustainability Council’s Carbon Neutrality Task Force, Dumont Janks, and Arup will provide an overview of the CAP process and share updates about the current development of the new CAP.
Since the CAP impacts all Mason Patriots and the communities the university is a part of, everyone is invited to share their input during the Town Hall by asking questions and sharing comments. Feedback can be shared at any time through the CAP Feedback Form.
Climate Action Plan Town Hall #5
Wednesday, March 9
Noon to 1:30 p.m.
Presentations and recordings of all prior Town Halls can be viewed here. Review a two-page summary of the CAP for a quick overview, and learn more about the planning process on the CAP website.
Contact Ben Auger (he/they), communications specialist, Mason Sustainability Council, at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.