Creation Care: Carbon Tracker Training

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THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 7-8:30 P.M., via Zoom

Saint Mark’s Cathedral has the bold goal of achieving a net-zero carbon footprint by the year 2030 – both for its facilities and for its congregation. We have encouraged our members to use the carbon tracker adopted by the Episcopal Church at www.sustainislandhome.org to measure your carbon footprint, and the St. Mark’s community group on the site now includes 66 households - that’s great! Now we have an opportunity to learn more about this tool to reduce our carbon footprint, save money, and have fun doing this together as a community. Thursday evening, June 3 from 7-8:30pm we will have the developer of SustainIslandHome, Lisa Altieri, with us for a training on the tool – how to explore the site more to find ways that we can reduce our household carbon footprints. If your household isn’t signed up yet, there will be an opportunity to do that, as well. Join us via Zoom on June 3 to help Saint Mark’s achieve a net-zero carbon footprint together as a community. Register to attend here.

 

About the facilitator

Lisa Altieri is Founder and CEO of Climate Solutions Net, which is empowering people with climate solutions.  CSN’s provides organizations a way to engage their communities with a fun, easy way to learn about climate change solutions and specific actions they can take to make an impact.  The program includes resources and progress tracking, and connects people to work together and share ideas and resources and help each other succeed.  CSN programs include Sustain Island Home and custom programs for many cities, companies and organization.  Lisa’s background is a unique blend of experience including data analytics, business management and grassroots organizing.  She has designed custom strategic data reporting and analysis tools for Silicon Valley execs as a consultant and organized over 5,000 volunteers in under 18 months as volunteer Regional Field Organizer for the Obama Campaign in 2012.  Lisa has a B.S. and M.S. in Environment & Development Economics from UC Berkeley.

 

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  1. MARJORIE RINGNESS
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    Looking forward to joining with others in our community to learn more about how we can reduce our carbon footprint and become better stewards of our Mother Earth.

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