Public Review Period Wrap-up Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Who can see your viewing activity?
I am sorry we didn't have the opportunity to view a presentation by the Public Health and Safety working group.
I'd like to be in the adaptation room. If you need another volunteer for the experiment, I'm game, but totally willing to defer if someone else volunteers after me.
Writtenfeedback on working group reports can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public forums: https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Climate-Change/GC3/Public-Forums
Working group reports: https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Climate-Change/GC3/GC3-Working-group-reports
I'll volunteer for the jamboard
Can you send link to Henry Link - he registered and is waiting to get zoom link
I can volunteer to Jam, too.
I may have missed this at the beginning this evening: will the slide decks from the past sessions be posted on the website? Or are they there already?
I’ll volunteer for Jam Board
I can volunteer for the jam board.
It will be anonymous
I’ll try it out
All while putting an increasing demand on our electricity generation sector in order to make enough electricity for EVs. Add to that the closing of Millstone makes it pretty daunting.
Thanks everyone, the Jamboard is now full
will the prompt questions be available to see while we are in breakout?
I captured the questions for the Mitigation breakout and will display them.
Can anyone get on that listserv or is it just for Working Group members?
The full factsheets are available here: https://circa.uconn.edu/2020/10/08/ct-climate-fact-sheets/
Which listserv, Amy?
Rebecca mentioned the Governors Council on Climate Change listserv
I think she merely meant an e-mail list.
I'm sure everyone who registered for this forum will be added to the list.
Yes thank you, please do add to a listsrv
To Join the GC3 Listserv: https://portal.ct.gov/DEEP/Climate-Change/Climate-Change-Listserv
My public comment: I think that two major ideas are missing from many of the discussions I have heard. Carbon Sequestration and Education. These two are absolutely if we are to survive.
I would like to make a comment
Have returned from Jamboard session. Very impressed with this tool. I appreciate having had the opportunity to test that tool, particularly because the effects of the pandemic are likely to prevent on-site meetings in the near future.
Stretch codes were brought up in the last session. Reevaluating implementing stretch codes in a way that is equitable is critical to reaching the 34% Reduction in Building Emissions from the Governor's Executive Order.
I believe the PURA and Ct Siting Council should be included in the GC3 process.
Thanks so much, everyone!
^^ Placing distributive justice at the center of siting is indeed important as well! Thanks for letting the quick last minute pop in!