High Country Conservation Center to hold open house on new Climate Action Plan | SummitDaily.com

High Country Conservation Center to hold open house on new Climate Action Plan

The High Country Conservation Center is asking residents around the community to participate in a Climate Action Plan community open house next week, welcoming participants to review HC3’s plan and provide their feedback.

Earlier this year, the High Country Conservation Center — citing increasing impacts of climate change in Colorado — hired a consultant and brought together a group of stakeholders to develop a Climate Action plan for the community, meant to address Summit County’s greenhouse gas emissions inventory and develop a means to reduce emissions in the energy, transportation and waste sectors.

Participants at the open house will view a presentation on the plan, get a chance to visit stations to learn about various aspects on the plan in detail and provide their feedback.

The open house will be held at the Frisco Adventure Park Day Lodge on Nov. 14 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided.

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