town meeting invite
- TOWN MEETING: Houston's Solutions to Global Warming
Who: All groups and individuals interested in energy related issues, environmental justice; transportation issues; human health; air and water quality/management; recycling; biodiversity; endangered species; the Gulf Coast's natural resources; agriculture & forestry; fishing, recreational, & tourism industries are encouraged to attend and contribute to the development of our state's plan to address climate change.
What: A town meeting to discuss solutions, take action, and secure the health of the Gulf Coast and Houston's future.
When: Thursday, December 6, 6:30 p.m.
Where: Heights Branch Library, meeting room
1302 Heights Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77008
(Key Map #453W)
Why: To ensure the development of a strong statewide plan to address global warming. The TNRCC is scheduled to hold their workday/public hearings regarding their statewide review on Jan. 18th, 2002. Invited comments lead off the meeting, followed by public discussion. This will be a very educational event if you have interest in any of the aforementioned issues / industries.
For additional information, please contact Ti Gurich, Local Organizer for Cool Texas Network at 832-452-4564 or www.coolTexas.net.