Water conservation

Cupertino Community Briefs for the week of July 23 – The Mercury News

Climate action workshop

The residents of Cupertino will be able to attend a virtual public workshop on July 29 at 5:30 p.m. to talk about the city’s Climate Action Plan. This is the first of three workshops and other events designed to educate the public on the actions that have had the most impact so far.

Cupertino adopted a climate action plan in 2014 and is seeking public comment to help inform the second edition of the city plan. The CAP 2.0 will provide a roadmap towards a carbon neutral and zero waste city. This plan will include a strategic framework and a roadmap of specific steps towards sustainability.

For more information, visit cupertino.org/climateaction.

Store water at home

Bay Area Older Adults is hosting an online program on August 5th on “Conserve Water Inside Your Home”.

Participants will learn a holistic approach to water conservation that emphasizes reducing their overall water footprint, including the impact of daily food intake and products used. The Valley Water program partner will provide a water calculator to educate participants on the impact of their daily choices on water conservation. Water-saving products will also be discussed.

The program is set from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Register at https://www.bayareaolderadults.org/bao-lectures.

Urban forestry webinar

The Santa Clara Valley Urban Forestry Alliance, a new county-wide collaboration, is hosting a webinar on August 5 for those interested in learning more about urban forestry policy and data management approaches in different municipalities in County of Santa Clara and across the country.

The webinar is scheduled for 9:45 am – 12:15 pm. A second webinar is scheduled for September 9. Register on Eventbrite.com.

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