Hosted by: Faith Communities Go Green (a Green Umbrella & EquaSion Collaboration)
Faith Communities Go Green (FCGG) is inviting representatives of all faiths to provide input for the 2023 Green Cincinnati Plan. Members of faith communities bring unique perspectives on integrating moral issues of equity, environmental justice, and sustainability.
FCGG is honored to partner with Oliver Kroner, Cincinnati's Interim Director of the Office of Environment & Sustainability and leader of the 2023 Green Cincinnati Plan, to guide us in a brainstorming session to hear what you have to say.
The Green Cincinnati Plan (GCP) has helped establish Cincinnati as a national leader in sustainability and an attractive destination for businesses and individuals.
When: Wednesday, September 28 @ 12:00-1:30 pm
Kosher lunch from Marx Bagels
Where: 250 William Howard Taft building, first floor conference room
Plenty of free parking in front and rear of building.
Registration required. Please register by 9/22 to help us know how much food to get for lunch.
Space is limited and will be on first come basis.
About the Green Cincinnati Plan:
Updated in 2018, the Green Cincinnati Plan presents a comprehensive set of recommendations to advance the sustainability, equity, and resilience of our city. Over the coming year, a new 2023 GCP will be developed with input from many stakeholders and community members. That process is guided by a Steering Committee, comprised of government, corporate, academic, non-profit, faith, and community organizations appointed by the Mayor. More information can be found here.
Your participation is vital for bringing the perspectives from your faith community.
The 250 William Howard Taft building is located between Highland Ave and Bellevue Ave. There is plenty of free parking in front and rear of the building. The conference room is located on the first floor, to the right, as you enter the main entrance.
Faith Communities Go Green partners with religious communities to create a more sustainable and equitable future for all by mobilizing their moral voice to reduce the risk of catastrophic climate change.
To learn more and join Faith Communities Go Green, a Green Umbrella & EquaSion Collaboration, go to FCGG.org